Slow Graffiti radiates softness, vulnerability, mutability, and transience—like the verve of an invisible city, one that exists only in someone’s imagination but that takes shape here. Against the backdrop of today’s accelerated digital world, the exercised care and communal spirit of making can be considered a radical act of transgression. Alex Da Corte’s artist’s book comprises two volumes: a conversation between the artist and the Los Angeles based writer and critic Bruce Hainley, and Sorcery, a photographic comic strip by New York based curator and writer Bob Nickas utilising source imagery chosen by Alex Da Corte.

 

214 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 30 cm, pb, English

Alex Da Corte Slow Graffiti / Bob Nickas Secession

kr 450,00Price