The Mutoid Waste Company is a group of nomad artists and performers founded by Joe Rush and Robin Cooke in the mid-eighties in London which is known throughout the world mainly for works of art made with industrial waste. 
​​​​​The book tells the story of the company through photographs and interviews as if it were a means of traveling on the road: from the first years in London, to the various tours around Europe, to the final settlement in the yard of Santarcangelo di Romagna, in Italy, where a large number of members currently live and are integrated in the local community.






Format: 13,5 x 19,5 cm
Pages: 200
Paper: Cyclus Offset 140 gr/mq

ISIA Urbino, 2018
MA in Communication and Design for Publishing
Supervised by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi​​​​​​​

Photographs by
Joe Rush 
Uli Happe
Michele Miele​​​​​​​
MUTATED LANDS
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MUTATED LANDS

A book on the history of the Mutoid Waste Company, a group of artists and performers founded by Joe Rush and Robin Cooke in the mid-eighties in L Read More
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