— Ecogeographer


Sker Point by Dominica Williamson
‘Sker Bay'; mixed media by Dominica Williamson

In Gyre: The Plastic Ocean
Booth Clibborn Editions, London
Book and exhibition catalogue, 2014
Illustrations for text/essay titled ‘Embedded’
By Dominica Williamson

I went to Alaska this year. It was to see the launch of Gyre: The Plastic Ocean and to take my mum on a flight over glaciers for her 70th. A once in a life time event organised by my sister and boyfriend. I did some illustrations for the catalogue and so even more, mum loved flying into the snow!

Get the book NOW to learn more about the plastic in our oceans.
You can buy it from places like Waterstones.

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There’s been new interest in the project theirwork recently as well as my general practice.
Here’s a couple of publications about theirwork and a blog post written by Emmet – co-developer. (I am up-dating the theirwork blog next month so I will make a new link to it later.)

Chapter in Rethinking Maps:
New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory by Routledge
editor Martin Dodge (I will put up the intro to the book sometime; the rest of the chapters you have to get from the book in print, which will be in all good libraries with a geography section.)

Article in Fourth Door Review:
This is available in print too.
Ask me if you can’t get hold of it and I will point you.

Emmet Connolly’s blog post about the publications at time of sign off!

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