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Embodying Anew

Embodying Anew

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Embodying Anew
by Maximillian William

Embodying Anew archives and contextualizes the 2021 exhibition by the same name which featured sculptural artworks by Dame Magdalene Odundo DBE, Simone Leigh and Thaddeus Mosley. In a review for Frieze, Vanessa Peterson described the exhibition as "like the wildest kind of jazz," explaining, "it is improvisation, syncopation, scholarship, care, attention, memory".

Designed by OK-RM this limited edition publication captures the spirit of the show and transcends its temporality, marking its position in history. The ephemera is comprised of a manilla DL envelope containing a silk screened colour sheet which wraps a die-stamped linen envelope. Inside is a series of offset reproductions featuring a bust by Simone Leigh, a sculpture by Thaddeus Mosley and three vessels by Magdalene Odundo with a hand-stamped colour photographic print of the installation and a booklet with an essay by Lauren DeLand, Professor of Art History at Savannah College of Art and Design.

Embodying Anew is the second in a series of publications by InOtherWords and Maximillian William, London.

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Essay: Lauren DeLand
Design: OK-RM
Language: English
Size: 22 x 11 cm
ISBN: 978-1-9160024-1-8
Publication Date: July 2021
Publisher: InOtherWords and Maximillian William, London
Edition: 300

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