How to Survive on Land and Sea 22 pages
176 x 250mm
Designed by Maeve Redmond
Printed by Footprint Workers Co-operative
Edition of 100
Daniella Watson has been working with Rhubaba as a writer-in-residence over the past year. The resulting text, How to Survive on Land and Sea, consists of a collection of stories and ephemera relating to a little known artist collective called The Trajectorians.
It includes ‘A conjuring act in the form of an interview’ an interview between Augusto Corrieri, Vincent Gambini and Rhubaba and ‘It can’t be done any slower: on slow magic’ a short essay by Vincent Gambini.