#1 of an edition of 12.
Following the process of Australia conceptual artist Ian Burn’s 1968 Xerox Book.
1. A print of the cover of Ian Burn’s 1968 Xerox Book was copied on a Xerox Machine.
2. This copy was used to make a second copy.
3. The second to make a third, and so on.
Each copy as it came out of the machine was re-used to make the next. This was continued for one hundred times, producing a book of one hundred pages.
Two person exhibition with Bryce Anderson at China Heights Gallery.
November 20th – December 20th, 2017
The Flower-Growing Should Be Part of the Design
It is a common saying that many persons have no love or appreciation of flowers, but it is probably nearer to the truth to say that no person is wholly lacking in this respect. Even those persons who declare that they care nothing for flowers are generally deceived by their dislike of flower-beds and the conventional methods of flower-growing. I know many persons who stoutly deny any liking for flowers, but who, nevertheless, are rejoiced with the blossoming of the orchards and the purpling of the clover fields. The fault may not lie so much with the persons themselves as with the methods of growing and displaying the flowers.
Manual of Gardening (Second Edition) by L. H. Bailey
Found Flowers, 2017
32 page publication, edition of 100, published by Pacific, available at May68 and China Heights Gallery.
VEHICLES (174 page publication), 2017, 5.5 x 7 inches.
Available at Printed Matter.