Edited by Flo Brooks


Out of stock

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 by Makina Books in September 2017 as a limited edition bookwork.

Purchased by National Poetry Library and UAL London College of Communication.

  • Paperback
  • 297 x 210 mm
  • 60 pp
  • Full colour
  • September 2017
  • 978-
  • Colour stitched binding, offset print