Travelling/Gabberjabb No. 7 Travelling or NeoPostModrinPreMortemism or Dieser Rasen ist kein Hundeklo (II) or Interminable Gabberjabb Number Seven. Walter Perishable Press. Hamady.

Travelling/Gabberjabb No. 7 Travelling or NeoPostModrinPreMortemism or Dieser Rasen ist kein Hundeklo (II) or Interminable Gabberjabb Number Seven.

Mt. Horeb, WI: Perishable Press, 1996. One of 125 copies on various papers (hand, mould and machine-made) signed by the artist / author, several times including initialled on pink Shadwell below ear tattoo - so labeled in white pencil; Permission page signed by Mary Lydon and notarized by Anna Hamady, to quote from Lydon's essay, "The Book as the Trojan Horse of Art." Three page essay "The War of the Footnotists and Endnotists" is signed in pen by the author, Kenneth Bernard, at its conclusion; three hand-written pages of artist friends' names and addresses, Page size: 10-1/4 x 7-1/4 inches, 154 pages. Bound by the printer / publisher / author / artist: old paper maps over boards (no two alike), this map of the Little Platte and Platte river near Paris, Iowa, green cloth spine, marbled endpapers. Pages are printed, collaged, rubber stamped, drilled, notched, pigment patterned, (ticket) punched, grommeted, scribed, ear tattooed, drawn, camouflaged or time clocked. The printer/publisher/author/artist tells us that this No. 7 GAEBBERJABB also involves, "...iconoclasm/craft, art/daily life and sophistication grounded in physiology and earthiness...a reflective vehicle in its ability to break and intersect narrative lines, play with syntax, integrate found materials, convey enigma, paradox and information all at once." An astonishing book, a masterpiece of printing and design. Item #11421

Price: $4,950.00