Back to the Things Themselves

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An artists’ book considering the potentials of collections of ‘things’, and the interactions between everyday encounters and collective identity.

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Back to the Things Themselves

An artists’ book considering the potentials of collections of ‘things’, and the interactions between everyday encounters and collective identity.

Accompanying Assembly Point’s inaugural exhibition, Back to the Things Themselves (2015), the publication of the same name considers each artist’s manifestation of ‘things’, which explores the interaction between everyday encounters and collective identity. The exhibition and publication take their title from philosopher Edmund Husserl, whose research into structures of experience questioned the connection between how ‘things’ appear and how they are consciously or sub-consciously perceived.

Back to the Things Themselves features contributions from Nicholas Brooks, Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Nicolas Feldmeyer, May Hands, Imran Perretta, Henna Vainio, Edgar—Walker; and a previously unpublished essay by Graham Harman.

It was published by Assembly Point.

It was designed by work-form.

 

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