This Wounded Island, Volume Two:
Writer, photographer and wanderer J.W. Böhm’s pictorial investigation of the hinterland of contemporary England continues against the backdrop of the 2017 General Election and finds a country overwhelmed by doubt, searching for identity, and threatened by outside interference. Is there ‘another England’ and what does its existence mean for the future?
140pp, perfect bound.
Institute of Liminal Landscape Studies, 2018
‘To dismiss this work as depressive or pessimistic would be to ignore the time and place that it chronicles – a country so broken that it no longer recognises itself’ – from the introduction by Felix Weber