Walking Through Walls: Meditations on Recto/Verso

Essay published in The Blue Notebook: Journal for Artists’ Books, Fall 2007

From the introduction:

“In a spatial context, interior is synonymous with intimacy. Walls make for interiors. That which is before a wall is distinctive from what is behind it, and the same applies from the opposite side. A book’s pages and walls go hand-in-hand; a page may be seen as a wall, defining spaces within the delimited book. I’m interested in the shared boundary of a page, or recto/verso, as a point of singularity. What is the potential for the shared boundary to distort space and time?”

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