Memory Palace
V&A Publications

This book was produced to explore the themes of the Memory Palace exhibition and contains Hari Kunzru’s short story in full, accompanied by illustrations from each of the 20 artists in the exhibition. It also contains a contextual essay about the making of the project and a graphic novel by illustrator Robert Hunter.

Co-authored and edited by Laurie Britton Newell and Ligaya Salazar

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Designed by Sara de Bondt Studio



The Playground

The Play Ground is a magazine about family, playfulness and multi-generational style. I acted as the Design and Architecture Editor and in the first issue and wrote an article about the Japanese architect Terunobu Fujimori . The magazine also featured contributions from: Quentin Blake, Paolo Roversi, Steve Hiett, Louise Bourgois, Tung Walsh, Kai Z Feng and Daniel Pennac.

Edited by Moraya Walker

Designed by LBN Design



Out of the Ordinary
V&A Publications

This book is a catalogue for the Out of The Ordinary exhibition at the V&A. It explores the work of a group of international artists who place craft at the heart of their practice, transforming everyday subjects and ordinary materials into works that are out of the ordinary.

The book features, among others, the ephemeral ice-and-chocolate jewellery of Naomi Filmer; the almost-hidden installations by Yoshihiro Suda; thread and lace-work by Anne Wilson; and found metal sculptures by Olu Amoda. These innovative artists show that craft is a fundamental concern across many disciplines, and this redirection of materials and  traditional techniques, and their use of scale, achieves extraordinary outcomes.

In addition to interviews with each artist,  essays by a diverse spread of writers  contextualise their work. Specially commissioned photographs and illustrations  give a behind-the-scenes view of the making of these extraordinary artworks.

Authored & Edited by Laurie Britton Newell

Designed by Sara De Bondt Studio
Naomi Filmer, Ice Jewellery, 1999
Yoshihiro Suda, Weeds, 2002, Installation at Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum.