PALMS. Visions of the good life. A dream, a hope, an escape from everyday life. With candles and ashtrays in the shape of palms or a glitter palm in an ice-cream sundae, we take a bit of it home—an admission that we dream a dream of great happiness, combined with a genial petty bourgeois mentality.


Art, Sustainability and Place in the work of Wolfgang Weileder
This catalogue follows the traces left by the artworks which were created by Wolfgang Weileder  as part of his Jetty Project. The aim of the project was to explore the links between art and space and to stimulate debates about different concepts of sustainability. Dunston Staithes is a secluded monument that was once used for loading coal onto ships. This impressive timber construction provides the backdrop for Weileder‘s Jetty artworks. The multi-layered nature of his art is explored in these images and texts; it has started a conversation involving architects, artists and social scientists, and provides an opportunity to see how art can catalyze the sustainable regeneration of a city.

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ISBN 978-3-7356-0095-0

23,00 x 28,00 cm

216 Pages

144 colored and 7 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Simon Guy

Angela Connelly, Simon Guy, Tim Ingold, Malcom Miles, Ludovica Niero, Michael Tawa, Ed Wainwright, Marianne Wilde

graphic design
Saskia Helena Kruse, Potsdam
May 2015
Homepage The Jetty Project