By Our Own Hand, 2018
Published to accompany the exhibition By Our Own Hand, a project by Richard Grayson.
By Our Own Hand is a Meanwhile Project supported by Bellway and Wandsworth Council.
By Our Own Hand is an artwork made with the participation of individuals and organisations in Wandsworth. The starting point of the work is a cross-stitch tapestry made by Richard Grayson between Christmas 2012 and Easter 2015. Working with stitching, appliqué, or other techniques involving textiles and cloth, participants have developed, designed and made individual panels. Brought together these form the component letters of the phrase "Boredom Is Always Counter-Revolutionary", originating from a text by writer and filmmaker Guy Debord.
This full colour publication, designed by Phil Baines, features an introduction by the artist, full-page colour reproductions of each panel, documentation of the creative process, and a specially commissioned essay by writer Jes Fernie.
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