Still Looking Good, pub. 2019

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Still Looking Good is triadic collaboration between siblings Oliver Connew (dancer/choreographer) and Alice Connew that brings together dance, sound and a visual aesthetic that are drawn from and reference pervasive socio-political forces that organise modern human activity, as understood by the artists.

Originally presented by Oliver as a performative piece titled Things That Move Me, Oliver invited Alice to aid him in reimagining the concepts as short film and Still Looking Good was born. The book was initiated by Alice and concludes the collaboration.

Featuring text adapted from Things That Move Me (2017) by Oliver Connew
Images and design by Alice Connew
Printed in Lithuania
Hard cover, 24 pages
105x148mm, upright
38 colour photographs

EDITION of 300, signed and numbered
SPECIAL EDITION of 30, signed, numbered with signed and numbered inkjet print #37.


Forty Three, pub. 2017

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FORTY-THREE was made during a freezing day in the middle of Berlin’s worst winter in forty-three years. This particular day of work—January 2013—developed into a project about the displacement and loneliness endured when one moves to a new country.

Featuring an essay by Emily Cataneo.
Photographs and design by Alice Connew.
Printed in London by ExWhyZed.
Edition of 125, signed and numbered.
Special Edition of 5, signed, numbered with signed and numbered inkjet print #5, 190x144mm image size on Ultra Premium Presentation Matte paper.