A Quiet Rebellion was a generative exercise in paperback form. It explores my practice in the wider context of influence and works as a insightful analysis of the connections between the 100 images present in the book. The book was self-printed and bound at the Ilam Press in Christchurch, New Zealand.
As Stuart Bailey says, "[It’s] just a collection of work I would have liked to have made myself. It represents what I am trying to do better than anything I have managed to do. They are ideas, ways of looking at things, and as such, maybe even charged with philosophical potential".