INLAND Volume: Publishing Class V

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In a time when the earth has been mined to a point of no return and the commons are more and more enclosed, this artists’ book questions, offers tools and ponders the possible entanglements of art and agriculture, land, (agro-)ecology, rural knowledges, commoning practices and forms of resistance.

The INLAND Volume brings together 20 artistic contributions on these themes; a map of rural art initiatives in China that will grow in time, a grafting manual in which we follow the capable hands of a Greek farmer, a Facebook message thread about the role of women in the Kurdish countryside, a retrospective announcement of an eco-feminism reading group and a conversation about Goethean science, among many more unearthings of situated knowledge.

Publishing Class is an imprint of DAI Publications, a collection of artists’ books jointly published by the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) and Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory in collaboration with the Werkplaats Typografie.

More information about the Publishing Class V: INLAND course here.

More information about INLAND here.



25,00 €


Supported by


Olya Domoradova, Coco Duivenvoorde, Meg Forsyth, Pilar Mata Dupont, Joost Mellink, Avan Omar Muhammad, Panagiotis Panagiotakopoulos, Maja Renn, Mathilde Sauzet, Celia Shomal, Savannah Theis, Melissa Tun Tun, Maud Vervenne, Caroline Wolewinski and Dai Xiyu

Edited by

Sanne Oorthuizen and Fernando García-Dory with Janine Armin

Design by

Ronja Andersen, Josse Pyl and Nerijus Rimkus (Werkplaats Typografie, participants of the Publishing Class V: INLAND course)

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Publication Status


DAI Publisher
in collaboration with Casco



Dimensions: 23 cm × 17 cm × 3 cm


Weight: 850 g