My work and words are included in two new books that came out during the lockdown.
Invisible Wounds: Negotiating Post-Traumatic Landscapes, edited by Emily-Rose Baker & Amanda Crawley Jackson and published by The University of Sheffield and Museums Sheffield, includes a chapter on my work. Titled Something Former, it’s a conversation between Goran Vodicka and myself, talking about my works The Past Is Another Country; With the Sky on Their Shoulders; Up in Arms; After Tito, Tito; and Who Come to Stand.
The second publication is Central and Eastern European Art Since 1950 by Maja and Reuben Fawkes, published by Thames & Hudson. This new survey, part of T&H World of Art series, charts the rich and varied artistic practices from across Central and Eastern Europe from the period after World War II to the (more or less) present day. The chapter covering the 2010s includes my work Balance Beam.