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Limited Edition of 22
Hand-signed by Kandis Williams
3 colour silkscreen print on Somerset  400gsm
29.7 x 42cm
£1,500 incl. VAT

This February, CIRCA and Pompeii Commitment. Archaeological Matters presents A Monument A Ruin, a powerful new film by Cassandra Press. The work presents a short video-lecture in which ancient street inscriptions collide with contemporary protest graffiti to question the role of monuments. To coincide with this major new commission we are launching a limited edition print which features a collage from the reader produced as part of the commission.

Each Limited Edition Print is hand-signed by Kandis Williams and comes with a stamped and dated certificate of authenticity.

To guarantee each reader arrives in perfect condition, they are carefully wrapped in tissue paper, wrapped in heavy duty cardboard tube and delivered with a tracking number.   Although we endeavour to deliver your item  as soon as possible, please note that due to the process involved, they may take between 1-2 months to arrive in the post. The shipping fee is calculated at checkout.

If your delivery address is not within the United Kingdom, you may be subject to import duties, taxes and delivery service charges, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country. Any such additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you.


CIRCA commissions a different artist each month to present new ideas that consider our world circa 2021. Previous CIRCA commissions include work from artists Patti Smith, Tony Cokes, David Hockney and Ai Weiwei.

‘Untitled’ by Cassandra Press is created especially in support of the #CIRCAECONOMY initiative - a circular model designed to support the CIRCA free public art programme around the world and create life-changing opportunities for the wider art & culture community. Discover more here.

Founded in 2016, Cassandra Press is an extension of the multidisciplinary practice of Kandis Williams. What began as a publishing platform to highlight texts on issues of race, feminism, power, and aesthetics, Cassandra Press has since grown to become a multifaceted educational resource, hosting virtual workshops and organizing artist residencies alongside its publishing program. Over the past five years, Cassandra Press has published thirty-one readers which function as spiral-bound anthologies presenting theory, history, sociology, and criticism by a panoply of intellectuals, activists, and editorial sources. In 2020 the platform began the Cassandra Classrooms project, a series of immersive courses led by artists, intellectuals, and educators who share their vital knowledge and invite participants into generative investigations. Classroom sessions thus far have featured Manuel Arturo Abreu, Rhea Dillon and Yaniya Lee, among many others.

Kandis Williams / The work of Cassandra Press © Printed Matter, Inc


Kandis Williams is a visual artist whose practice spans collage, performance, writing, publishing, and curating. She explores and deconstructs critical theory around race, nationalism, authority, and eroticism. Williams was recently announced as a participant in the 2022 Whitney Biennial. 

Kandis Williams © Lelanie Foster

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