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A publication by Erica van Loon
in cooperation with Studio Adriaan Mellegers
with an essay by Fleur van Muiswinkel

Book Launch
Tuesday May 26th, from 6 pm
PuntWG, WG Plein (across no. 80), Amsterdam

Come join us for the presentation of the publication, new drawings and drinks!
With an introduction by art historian and curator Fleur van Muiswinkel and a short reflection with the publication by Erik de Jong. De Jong is professor Culture, Landscape and Nature at the University of Amsterdam, holding a special chair at the Natura Artis Magistra Foundation.

You can order a copy here.
€20 or $25 (ex. postage costs)

So Are We to the Trees, Erica van Loon
Amsterdam, 2015

ISBN: 978-90-823244-0-2
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 29,5 x 21 cm.
Cover: paperback
Color: mixed
Edition: 500
Design: Adriaan Mellegers
Text: Fleur van Muiswinkel
Printing: robstolk® Amsterdam
Font: Agipo Regular & Agipo Italic
Paper: Chorus Print Gloss 90g / Elementa Opaque 60g / Bioset 120g / Colorplan Racing Green 140g / Woodstock Pistachio 80g & 260g

Made possible by a grant from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts

A limited edition of So Are We to the Trees is available, accompanied by one of four etchings from the series Sacrum. Signed and numbered.

The series Sacrum is one of the works in the publication.

Fleur van Muiswinkel on Sacrum in SAWTTT:
"A series of drawings show the triangular bone that is situated at the lowest point of our spine. Zooming in while ‘walking’ around in the landscape of the bone that resides so deep inside us, Van Loon shows us the invisible. But there is more to it. If we realise that the word sacrum is translated from Latin as ‘sacred bone’, and stems from the belief that the soul resides in it, ..."

Sacrum #4, Erica van Loon, 2014/2015
Etching on BKF Rives / paper size: 64 x 48 cm / image size: 52 x 33 cm / printed by Eric Levert (at AGA) / Edition of 20, signed and numbered