Why Would I Lie?Image courtesy of Andrew Brash.

Serving as an extension of the exhibition space on the printed page, the Why Would I Lie? publication takes the form of an illustrated stand-alone book, designed by Andrew Brash and printed by ArtQuarters Press. The book contains newly commissioned works which present a wide range of approaches to art and design research practice, from photo essay to formal academic paper, from interview transcript to experimental narrative.

Edited by Susannah Haslam and Peter Le Couteur, with contributions from Elisa Adami, Cradeaux Alexander, Manca Bajec, Kevin Biderman, Helena Bonett, Anja Borowicz, Gayle Chong Kwan, Miranda Clow, Sam Cottrell, Jules Findley, Susannah Haslam, Tom Howey, Adam Knight, Benjamin Koslowski, Peter Le Couteur, Annie Leist, Ruth Maclennan, Carol Mancke, Finlay McInally, Brigid McLeer, Ronit Mirsky, Amélie Mourgue d’Algue, Mark Selby, Kyuha Shim.

And invited contributions from writer Lucy Britton and artist-researcher Michael Schwab.

The publication will be launched and for sale as part of the exhibition opening reception, 18 April, 18.00–20.00, Dyson Gallery, 1 Hester Road, Battersea, London SW11 4AN