The Quiddity Grid – A Performance By Tim Spooner And Text By Frances Scott

Notes

This text is a limited edition print and comprises three conversing parts: The Quiddity Grid, an introduction or home for potential readings; 24 Object Recalls, a series of illustrated micro-chapters; and The Afterword That Lives Outside The Cave, a narrative written at the beginning of the process, but one in fact that might better suggest an ending. Printed text in folder.

Artist / Author Tim Spooner, Frances Scott
Reference P2071
Date 2011
Type Publication

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