Tom Nicholson, Lines Towards Another

Lines towards Another is the first anthology on the work of Australian contemporary artist Tom Nicholson. Spanning drawing, sculpture, public actions, sound, installation, video, and performance, Nicholson’s work since the 1990s has engaged with critical questions around history, politics, narrative, and representation. Presenting new research on the artist and providing an unprecedented overview of two decades of work, the book features eleven essays and two interviews, alongside richly illustrated project pages and texts by the artist that have been designed in close collaboration and conversation with Nicholson.

Related projects –
Tom Nicholson, Gwangju Biennial publication

Tom Nicholson, Lines towards another
Hardcover with dust jacket
456 pp., 170 × 240 mm
ISBN 978–3–95679–397–4
Published by Sternberg Press, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne and the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
Edited by Helen Hughes and Amelia Barikin
Lithography by Sebastiaan Hanekroot (Colour and Books)
Printed in the Netherlands