Lossy Ecology is a new publication by Louisa Martin published by Flat Time House, which outlines Louisa’s notion of a time-oriented ‘ecosystem of perceptual realities’, in which bodies and experiences which resist static forms of representation might evolve their own means of self-definition.
Image works and a glossary of re-purposed terms are distributed among a series of commissioned texts and interviews by Ralph Dorey, Sabel Gavaldon, Victoria Gray, Gareth Bell-Jones, John Latham, Jesta Potheca, Anna Remington and Manos Tsakiris.
Published by Flat Time House
210 Bellenden Road,
London, SE15 4BW
+44 (0)20 7207 4845
Conceived and edited by Louisa Martin
Design and typeface by Fraser Muggeridge studio
Production by Emily Hadwen
Additional editing by Cecilia Wee
Paperback, 90 pages
Supported by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award and Arts Council England.