Alice Peach, X Splits The Line / Publication
Alice Peach: X Splits The Line
Printer Fault Press

Our first photo-book by Alice Peach (Bari, 1996) compiles a series of photographs taken between 2017 and 2022 in Berlin, London, Milan, Torre a Mare, Amsterdam and Antwerp. Following a play between children’s drawing books to connect the dots and numbers, it invites the viewer to follow the same exercise to navigate these imaginary shapes through different visual moments. These construct the narrative of a diary mixing the intimacy of objects, food, interiors and people with frozen instants of urban and rural landscapes from the trips that Peach has taken over the last years.

The book of 76 pages is an edition of 150 copies and it’s covered by a transparent dust jacket with a silk-screen drawing from the artist.

Size: 13,2 x 19,3 cm
Pages: 76
Binding: Thread
Images: Color
Format: Softcover with silkscreened PVC dust jacket
1st ed: October 2022
Run: 150 copies
Designed by Printer Fault Press & Alice Peach
Edited by Ian Waelder
ISBN: 978-84-09-44544-8

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