Judy Kravis and Peter Morgan

news from nowhere finalWilliam Morris published News from Nowhere in 1890 as a vision of an ideal twenty-first century. From the actual twenty-first century, here is a book of echoes and questions. Both sympathetic and contrary signals run between images and words. Is every romantic the last?

20pp, 150x150mm, stapled, edition of 101. A Road Book, October 2016

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Peter Morgan

 

304pp, 160 x 235mm, hardback edition of Michael Craig-Martin's book 'On Being an Artist,'
with Oak Tree cut out. Edition of Three. A roadwork, November, 2016.

 
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Judy Kravis

oranges finlandForty-three dreams. Forty-three mornings. Write after breakfast, before the dream disappears. Revise in the evening with the day's weather, the day's plot woven in. This is what I do to refresh, like Yuri Geller with a spoon or Federer with a backhand.

48pp, perfect bound, 105x148mm, pbk, numbered edition of 300. A boreen book, May 2016  

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Peter Morgan

The inadvertent art and wilful defacing of posters from the 2016 election in Ireland. Fifteen colour photographs and a short text on the politicians' ultimate nightmare.

16 pp, 150x150mm, stapled, edition of 101. A byways book, March 2016

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Judy Kravis and Peter Morgan

For several days we wandered in and out of shops and offices in Bandon, County Cork, asking people we met if they would tell us a dream they'd had lately, or could remember from the past. It is a curious and intimate question. Responses were often cautious, excuses frequent. But, once engaged, dreams flowed, rising and falling like a pulse of the town, unseen, unknown, till now.

20pp, pbk,150x150mm, edition of 101. A public access book, September 2015  

€5