Sweaty Wolves on a light polluted loading dock

Stefan Lorenzutti
Johan Österholm
Petter Dahlström Persson

Friday 6. May 2022
18:00 – 21:00

Readings & Releases from Bored Wolves publishing

antique skies by Johan Österholm, 2021
Edition of 500

Cedar Toothpick by Stefan Lorenzutti, 2012
Edition of 500

Sweaty Leaves by Petter Dahlström Persson, 2021
Edition of 400

After nearly four billion years aloft, the Cartographer had found little new to add to the portion of its chronicle dedicated to nightfall and the dark side of the Earth. It tended to focus instead on the changes visible on the half of the planet that was experiencing daylight. Then, in the first part of the nineteenth century, peculiar things started happening in the nocturnal hemisphere. In the autumn of 1826, unbeknownst to the Cartographer, workers, vagrants, and socialites hurried toward Unter den Linden, the boulevard at the heart of Berlin…

—Extract from Johan Österholm’s text “The Nocturnal Cartographer” (antique skies)