Dimensions: 29 x 24 cm
This book is a celebration of Daniel Silver’s work in clay, made between 2018 and 2022 for an exhibition at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket. It takes a close look at the work in the exhibition, and at Silver’s practice and process, with essays by Barry Schwabsky and Margrethe Troensegaard; and conversations between the artist and Mark Godfrey and Adam Philips. Ruth Clark’s photographs of the sculptures in the spaces of the Fruitmarket let us get close up to Daniel Silver: Looking, an exhibition about what it is to look, and about how looking can clear a space for us to understand ourselves as people in the world, in relation to how we look and how we live.
Exhibition: Daniel Silver: Looking, Fruitmarket, Edinburgh, 11 June–25 September 2022
Contributors: Fiona Bradley, Adam Phillips, Mark Godfrey, Barry Schwabsky, Daniel Silver, Margrethe Troensegaard