In Remember the South artist Frank Frances creates a contemporary re-imagining of colonialism through a fictional adaptation of elements used today that represent a potent past. A visual narrative that is a nod to the systematic integration of a brutal history, Remember the South serves as an ode to the memory of a past that is still being experienced in the present.

The book is presented in a tabloid format with the cover type debossed with translucent glossy varnish and broken between syllables to allude to the fractured experience of memory.

Monolith Editions
64pp, 9.6 x 11.6 in.
Artist: Frank Frances
Essay: Diana McClure
Design: Caleb Cain Marcus