shelter

Anne Penders

Weight 60 g
Dimensions 240 × 180 mm
printrun

print-run 250 copies, numbered and signed

Cover

softcover

binding

staple bound

language

English / French

printing

digital offset printed

Format

240 x 180 mm

coverage

36 pages + leaflet

Design by

designed by Lisa Boxus

Publisher

self published with taraxacum

year

2021

20,00 

VAT exempted according to UStG §19

Weight: 60g

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shelter, a short English word with multiple ramifications. It evokes the hermit, the poet, the refugee, the homeless person, the destitute, the domestic or wild animal passing by, the wanderer as much as the metaphor, the urgency, the necessity: to inhabit / to think – to join and meet / to share – to transport? to move? to hide? to
(re)settle? … to play?
Through images and text, shelter explores and declines fundamental questions – rhizomes and rebounds -: what are we building? for whom? why? who do we protect? from what? how? what is a shelter? a ladder? A scale? – a shell? a value? a temporality? – who lives where? how? why? with whom? what does this shelter, do these ladders, and scales, mean to you, us, them? To me? Could Memory (or love?) be the ultimate shelter(s)?