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Catacombe dei Cappuccini. Palermo, Sicily, Southern Italy.
lookin’ forward to receive mine in the mail!
Eric Mack’s first publication is a 32 page exploration of the relationship textural objects have to the flattened page. The book is itself a piece through its process, the utilization of the Risograph’s onboard scanner prevents the possibility of further digital reproduction.
Additional textures were overprinted in different colors in order to create images that are simultaneously evocative and impossible.
Made in an edition of 40, 20 of the copies have been modified by Mack with fabric dye and various re-sequencing and tearing. These processes directly reference Mack’s studio practice.
Eric Mack (b. Columbia, Maryland) is a painter living and working in New York City. Mack’s work has been included in a number of group shows, most recently at Anna Kustera Gallery, as well as “Fore” at The Studio Museum in Harlem. In April 2014, Mack will show with Ben Horns at Elaine Levy Projects in Brussels, Belgium.
Edition of 40
Five color Risograph
$20/30 — Purchase: http://store.swillchildren.org/product/eric-mack
Abandoned Hotel Rooms in Europe
Photos : Matthias Haker