New York / East Hampton: JMc & GHB, 2008.
22.5 x 18 cm.
This collaborative artists’ book emerges from a collaboration between the writer/musician Richard Hell and the painter Christopher Wool and focuses on their mutual interest in experiences associated with reading. The two artists create images using a selection of word pairings that would appear conceptually estranged but share a subliminal connection. The resulting book balances precariously between rationally ordered sense and polymorphous chaotic association, asking the reader to engage in its associative wordplay and poetic investigations. Published in conjunction with the 2008 exhibition at John McWhinnie at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller and Art Gallery. Item #19969