LONDON-ROSE | BEAUTY WILL SAVE THE WORLD by Fanny Howe
139 x 216mm, 104 pages, black and white printing, perfect bound, 2022
"It feels we aren’t reading prose but language that oscillates between liturgy and prayer." — Eugene Lim
The story of failure asks one question only: What do people who lose do next? “Let the best one win.” War is one way. The other way is religion. Let me at the stakes. It’s so much a matter of patience. No fury, beyond all reason, no sequence broken, but diverted. Nothing seems to cooperate when you lose control. Blue becomes violet. Bend your head to the blank. The solution is so simple: don’t identify yourself with your description of yourself.