Books by Sarah Peace

Books by Sarah Peace

Scott Joplin 100 Years On published 2017 under the DoubleU imprint, this essay brings the work of 19th century American composer Scott Joplin also known as the King of Ragtime into context with contemporary discourses on the role of music in influencing and reflecting perceptions on race and belonging. Available on Amazon US and UK

A compilation of art and text by artists who locate the the written word as their material edited by Sarah Peace. See more:  WordPower: Language as Medium published 2019

2020 publication  Nollywood on the Pulpit (Original writing and research on Nigerian cinema, Pentecostalism and performance art) watch an overview with its author Sarah Peace. Buy

Other titles: The Art of Thomas Sowell (2018)

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Find articles on the web by this author:

Sarah Peace: Five Reasons Black Lives Matter Failed in the UK Sarah Peace Huffington Post 3rd Oct 2016

Sarah Peace: “Artists and Brexit: The response of the art world continues to be a monotonous one” a-n 27th Feb 2017


WordPower: Language As Medium Open Call


WordPower: Language as Medium
Publisher: Library X
Editor: S. Peace
Release date: late 2018/early 2019

Artists with writerly practices and projects realised primarily with text are invited to contribute to the publication of an anthology that examines the power of text in contemporary creative practices. Themes are broad ranging from design/graphic driven concepts to socially engaged works and participatory installations.

Selected works will be featured in the print publication WordPower (2018/19), will include contributions from emerging and established artists as well as non-artists. All submissions are restricted to work produced within the last five years.

Work can be presented as photographic documentation of drawings, print, digital, installation, performance, sound or mixed media formats. Categories will include collage, experimental sculpture, installation, socially engaged practices, participatory, performance and wordscapes.

Submitted work[s] should include its year, format and description. Submissions of a maximum of 8 images from each artist/collective/project and should be accompanied with a bio and short text reflecting on the theme.