We are happy to announce that our next project following the release of Come and Seek With Me Elsewhere is to publish Alice Myers' work Nothing is Impossible Under the Sun.
Nothing is Impossible Under the Sun was conceived on journeys to Calais that Myers made over the course of two years. During this time she got to know and work closely with many of the people who for a myriad of reasons gathered there.
The dominant European or Western . Myers' work challenges the mass media stereotype of undocumented people as an undefined mass of illegals. In the book we meet those who were claiming asylum in France, those who that were homeless while waiting for a chance to cross to the UK and those who smuggled them across the dividing waterway as well as those with no legal status or any plans to leave at all.
Myers work brings together fragments of material. It compiles, portraits, Facebook photographs, landscape imagery, handwriting, drawings and transcripts of conversations which collectively form a narrative about people who are legally invisible and the spaces they are confined to.