areopagitica (milton’s nose)


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John Milton (1608- 1674) was a student at St Paul’s School, and wrote Areopagitica in 1644 in defense of an unlincensed free press. This publication unites traces of Areopagitica with clay noses created by students at St Paul’s School
Published as part of the exhibition ‘Art in a Book Shell’ at the Milton Gallery St Paul’s School, London
Newspaper, 40 pages, colour, digital print, 29 x 38 cm with original text (12 pages booklet)
Edition of 100, numbered and signed

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Areopagitica (Milton’s Nose): table assemblage with self-published newspaper and clay noses created by students at St. Paul’s School ceramic studios, 150 x 80 x 72 cm overall installation.