Relief Journal issue 3 is the final publication in volume 1, we examine the theme of 'Surface' and the gestures and histories contained within them, both natural and man-made. A surface is the point at which an object or an image makes contact with the world, and can describe meaning, density, identity, politics, sign, use and form. Contributors were invited to address some open ended questions; how are we reflected in objects? How does surface articulate the past and present simultaneously?
Contributors: Gabriele Beveridge | Simon Critchley | Ian James | Ian Kiaer | Oscar Murillo | James Smith | Nicholas Smith | Katharina Weinstock
Edited by Damian Griffiths & Nicholas Smith
PUR bound black and white litho on uncoated paper with a full colour litho photographic essay on coated matt paper. 106pp printed and bound in Europe