A place that exists only in moonlight - Katie Paterson
A place that exists only in moonlight, the book by artist Katie Paterson, contains a series of artworks to exist in the imagination. It comprises of over one hundred short texts, each concerning the landscape, the universe, or an expanded sense of earthly and geological time. These poetic, haiku-like phrases take shape in the mind of whoever reads the words, and so become an expression of the idea itself, and the book's cover is printed with cosmic dust.
Katie Paterson (b. 1981) has exhibited internationally, including a major exhibition 'A place that exists only in moonlight: Katie Paterson & JMW Turner' at Turner Contemporary in 2019.
Cover printed with cosmic dust
Hardback, 312 pages
Published by Kerber Verlag in 2019
Designed by Fraser Muggeridge Studio