The monograph, Faster, Higher, documents a multi-screen moving image work of the same name, commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella and BFI and originally installed at BFI Southbank Gallery, London. Launched with an event at Newcastle’s Tyneside Cinema, to accompany a second staging of the work at the Hatton Gallery, the book is richly illustrated throughout with archive images, screen shots and installation photography, and includes specially commissioned essays by Adrian Rifkin and Chris Berry.
Nina Ernst & susan pui san lok eds, Faster, Higher (London: Film and Video Umbrella, 2009), 116pp, 243mm x 169mm, full colour, hardback box, ISBN 978-1-904270-29-4. Designed by marcandanna. Printed by Calverts. Above images © marcandanna 2009
Faster, Higher also features in The BFI Gallery Book, ed. Elisabetta Fabrizi, as one of 18 exhibitions presented at the Southbank venue between 2007 and 2010. London: BFI, 2011:75-84, 296pp, full colour, ISBN 978-1-870282-82-6.
A photo-essay of the same name appears in Hilary Powell and Isaac Marrero-Guillamón eds. The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State. London: Marshgate Press, 2012: 90-99. 304pp, full colour & b&W, ISBN 978-0-9572943-0-1.