Arc is the debut book by Melbourne artist Zoë Croggon and the winner of the 2015 Asia-Pacific Photobook Prize, sponsored by Grenadier Press, Singapore, and published by Perimeter Editions and Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive, Melbourne. Croggon’s practice revolves around collage in its most economical and decisive form. Drawing on found images mining the histories of modernist and minimalist architecture, dance, performance and sporting endeavour, Croggon orchestrates highly aesthetic and formally charged arrangements via the simplest of cuts and gestures, pointing towards the limitations and potentials of the body and the built form.
Zoë Croggon is based in Melbourne, Australia, and has a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Victorian College of the Arts with First Class Honours.
Perimeter Editions is the in-house publishing imprint of Perimeter Books. Launched in August 2012, its focus rests on publishing autonomous limited-run artist books featuring artists and photographers from Australia and abroad.