Liminal Matter
31st August - 9th September 2017
Heritage Gallery, University of Greenwich

Held in association with Greenwich Maritime Centre and Totally Thames

Through an exhibition and series of events, ‘Liminal Matter’ was a platform for art making, research and dialogue within the context of maritime heritage, ecology and conservation. The project aimed to address questions around human and non-human agency, temporal and spatial flows of matter and meaning, and an ontological fluidity that allows for an understanding of materiality as a reciprocal and generative relationship between humans and environment..

Events included an opening reception with tour by the artist, a reading group, researcher's discussion, artist's crit: 'Engine Chat Chat' and 'River Yarns: A sewing circle and storytelling event:'.

Photograph by Arnold Borgerth





Liminal Matter - limited edition publication with letterpress hand printed cover

- edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist

- A5 publication digitally printed on 160gsm recycled paper with letterpress hand printed cover by Make Mud Press

- includes 'River Yarns' - stories told collaboratively at 'River Yarns: A sewing circle and storytelling event:' - A6 booklet digitally printed on 80gsm paper

£40 including p&p to UK addresses
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The content is also available as a pdf free of charge Download pdf





This event was kindly supported by Arts Council England National Lottery funding and was part of Totally Thames 2017 that ran from 1-30 September