Angharad Williams

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Eraser - Angharad Williams

Eraser concludes a two-year process of writing and has existed in the form of an exhibition, a performance, and a book. Eraser is as much about the categorical boundaries of our consensual reality—between self and other, human and non-human, waking and dreaming consciousness—as it is about an urge to overcome them. The book’s main protagonist undergoes multiple transformations via psychic and physical transferences with elementary forces—involving a trout and a magpie, among other things—that unsettle the idea of the “stable” self. Eraser proposes a perspective in which the categorical distinctions between individual self, others, and non-human life slowly begin to dissolve. Other worlds of consciousness—of animals, plants, and organic matter—here embody a form of social organization free from the hierarchies of tradition and liberal progress.

This publication is co-published by Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, and After 8 Books, 2023
Edited by Kathrin Bentele
Design by Dan Solbach
11 × 18 cm
80 pages
English, b&w images
ISBN: 9782492650079