In Sonja Thomsen's new artist book ‘You Will Find It Where It Is: A Reader,’ she claims the peripheral as the locus of attention. Thomsen’s multifaceted practice choreographs light in space, photography and sculpture. Working in abstraction while pointedly engaged with questions of equity, Sonja Thomsen intercepts the timelines of three women—nineteenth-century writer, Margaret Fuller; twentieth-century photographer, Lucia Moholy; and twenty-first century conceptual artist, Maria Nordman. You Will Find It Where It Is, A Reader, envelops the reader in Thomsen's visual research and footnotes on collective histories of various artists, designers, writers, and scientists, and presents wonder as a radical way to imagine a post-patriarchal future.
Edited by Christina Labey, Design by Elana Schlenker, Copy- editor, Elissa Rabellino, Printed at Conveyor Studio in New Jersey, Bound in Milwaukee WI and Published by Poor Farm Press, in Waupaca County WI
You will find it where it is, a reader
Edition of 300
delivery August 2020