Independently Published by Curator Georgina Johnson
A Creative Anthology and Blueprint for Holistic Change.
The Slow Grind: Finding Our Way Back to Creative Balance is a collection of essays, think pieces and conversations, gathering some of the most formidable voices across the cultural industries.
After selling out in 2020, The Slow Grind returns to print.
With insight from biotechnologists, activists and key cultural actors, The Slow Grind is an innovative anthology, representing the growing field of Intersectional Environmentalism. Driven by a commitment to socio-political change, through creative and community-oriented thinking, The Slow Grind positions conversations and writings at the juncture of environmental and social justice. This book explores larger questions that relate to the condition of our world, the makeup of our cultural industries and the future of our communities - human and non-human. This is an invitation. One that hopes to encourage the process of recovery through unlearning.
The carbon from the anthology’s new print run will be offset through an afforestation project in Rio Kama, Nicaragua. Use this URL to view the project: http://climatepartner.com/13766-2109-1005
Full Contributor List:
Bethany Williams - Caryn Franklin MBE - Campbell Addy - Francesca Gavin - Giulia Tomasello - Ib Kamara - Juno Calypso - Kimberly Jenkins - Material Driven - Maisie Skidmore - Orsola de Castro - Pak Chiu - Renuka Ramanujam - Seetal Solanki - Sara Arnold - Tamsin Blanchard - Wilson Oryema
With a Foreword by Sumitra Upham (Former, Design Museum LDN) and Introduction by Deborah Joyce Holman (Auto Italia) Editor + Art Director: Georgina Johnson Assistant Editor: Tamar Clarke-Brown Design: Josh Woolford + Jonathan Rowntree
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Your Donation: By purchasing a copy of The Slow Grind with an added donation you are further supporting our future work including research and development of the 2nd Edition of TSG (hopefully launching in 2023)
The Laundry Arts is a creative platform engaging with and supporting a growing network of cultural practitioners both locally and globally, from here in the U.K to the US, MENA Region, South Asia and Europe. We have done this through the formats of a residency programme, exhibitions, events and collaborations with cultural organisations and brands.