- Features the work of 38 of the most resourceful and creative artists in the world, revealing an incredible diversity of working methods and approaches to the materials of art.
- Includes acclaimed artists such as Yuken Teruya (Japan), Baptiste Debombourg (France), Zadok Ben-David (UK) and Faile (USA) as well as up-and-coming names.
- Shows a majority of artists use low-cost, low-tech materials that would otherwise be wasted, from unglamorous items of domestic waste, found wood and dust to recycled toys, books and skateboards.
- Showcases many of the artists are drawn to raw, untreated and sustainable materials, reflecting 21st-century concerns about the environment, limited resources and our sense of detachment from the physical world in the digital age.
Format: Softcover, 256 pages
Dimensions: 24 x 34 cm
Author: Tristan Manco
Publisher: Thames & Hudson, 2012