THE HISTORY OF SCULPTURE
An abiding preoccupation of Georgina Starr has been the conception of other possible worlds, but these worlds are more than just the creative imaginings of an artist. Imbued with inexplicably emotive renderings of her own languages and characters, Starr’s work is an intense and introspective cosmology. Folding together fiction, history, philosophy and spiritualism, Starr illuminates a vast topology of the self, haunted by the medium of her own voices.
Georgina Starr's artist's book 'The History of Sculpture,' is a 32pp publication with full colour photographs and archival imagery as well as 'Before Le Cerveau Affamé' poetry written by Starr, which is included in French with English translation. Signed edition of 150 published on the occasion of Starr's Cooper Gallery exhibition, 'Before Le Cerveau Affamé', 2013.