Into The Night is a collection of short stories by myself with fantastic contributions from Ariane Schick, Feiko Beckers, Lou Atessa, Federico Campagna and Louis Henderson. Designed and published by ATLAS Projectos in Berlin. I would absolutely love it to be stocked with you at Public House.
Set during one hot summer night in a major metropolis, Into The Night takes us on a journey through the city exploring its sights and sounds, its moods and tonalities. Written as a collection of vignettes, the author, and a group of contributors, build a collective world of love, drama, isolation and memory – a romance of a shared world viewed from multiple angles.The drama unfolds around a central narrative thread, set in the isolation of a penthouse apartment, our protagonist looks out, reconciling their relationship with the world through the objects they have collected. A relationship ultimately undermined by the potentially dangerous reality of possession. The other texts are not linear but rather radial, they span out from the epicentre which is the penthouse, revealing a city made up of many collected moments, each one rich with reference and meaning.
The book is an exercise in world building, it is the production of a scene in a play, (re)creating a remembered reality, to visualise a memory, with each story an attempt to fill out its detail. It is conceived as an ‘Ur text’, a central referent within the authors practice out of which many other varied artistic outcomes arise.
2020 / EN / offset print on Munken Print White and Invercote G/ 180 x 120 mm / 80 pages /
500 copies / ISBN: 9789895473403 / designed and published by ATLAS Projectos
Into The Night by Theo Turpin
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