Survey by Qualaroo


Otto's books contain original narratives that tend to critically address contemporary issues. He tries to avoid being self-referential but rather engages with the social and political world around.

The narratives should be as accessible as possible. Using image rather than text allows for the element of visual beauty take effect. But the visual dimension has a different logic to that of text, and not everybody is used to 'reading' graphic language. Especially as Otto tells complex and non-literal stories without relying on aids like picture frames, speech bubbles, or text guidance.

Friday 24 March 2017

Galleries 11am-6pm

Shop 11am-6pm

Cafe 10am-midnight

Reading Room 11am-6pm