Tamsin Green is a photographer & architect based in London. Her work explores the tensions between scientific classification systems & the walked experience of the landscape; hunting and mapping familiar things that are often overlooked or under-explored. The natural world is at the core of her practice and she is committed to making her practice low impact and sustainable. The physical & tactile medium of the artist book is central to how her work takes shape, with paper maquettes made throughout each project to arrive at the final book. The books combine archival material and satellite imagery with her own photographs & drawings. She has self published two handmade books in small editions: ‘Born of the Purest Parents’ (2018), and ‘This is how the earth must see itself’ (2021). These award winning books have been widely exhibited and acquired by private and public collections, including the Tate and the Victoria & Albert museum. In 2021 she established manual.editions as a platform to publish her handmade books in an environmentally conscious way. The first title was this is how the earth must see itself, published in a limited edition of 58 books.
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