Charlotte Ager | Avenauta, Spain | 44pp | 21 × 30 cm
Our responses to the sea as people are often strong and conflicting. Whilst some consider the sea as a place of hope, opportunity and desire for others it represents something dark and unknown. It’s a place of sea monsters, discovery, loss and life. This book explores the ways in which people have responded to the sea, used it, depicted it in both real life and in fiction to offer alternative ways of understanding its relationship to us.
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