Outskirts Edited by Flo Brooks

Out of print

Front cover of the book, Outskirts, edited by Flo Brooks.

Exhibited at Plymouth Counter Book Fair, 2018

Selected for the collection of the National Poetry Library

About the book

Outskirts is a social practice art project, focused on exploring the intersection between liminality and identity through visual and textual exchanges. The project invites participants to give their liminal experience a material form, and attend to the social and cultural implications of it through either publication or portrait exchange. Outskirts places emphasis on trans and gender non-conforming narratives but sees these categories as permeable, shifting, and part of a much broader network of allies, friends and conspirators. It hopes to engender creative collision and community through the process of sharing and exchanging, allowing for a more inclusive, cohesive and stimulating dialogue that reflects the ways we navigate the world we live in.

Published as a limited edition bookwork.


Trim Size
297 x 210 mm
60 pp
Illustrations Colour
Full colour
Publication Date
1 September 2017
Edition Details
Colour stitched binding, offset print
Flo Brooks and Patrick Fisher