Beyond Human Horizons is a publication I designed and edited for the first UK-based solo exhibition of Latvian artist Sabīne Šnē, titled To Be We Need to Know the River.​​​​​​​
It features text-based and visual contributions by Micol Curatolo, Martina Francone, Fiona Glen, Hayley Harrison, Chantelle Mitchell, Sabīne Šnē and Jaxon Waterhouse. 
The publication is available as an audio book on Soundcloud.
To request a copy, please get in touch. ​​​​​​​
In this publication, designed for the exhibition, we delve into the metaphor of horizons and its implications on our thinking.
We start with a question: how do we redefine our relationship with nonhuman neighbours? Then, we explore the possibility of chasing the horizon, travel to the social landscape of Helsinki and examine the boundaries that can help us or harm us. Finally, we reimagine the places of refuge from our childhood that invited symbiotic relationships with each other and with the more-than-human.
Through this, we demonstrate the duality of horizons: they not only define the scope of our understanding but also hold the potential for transformation.
Photos by Chris Denoon.
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