DRIFTSECOND EDITION NOW FOR SALE VIA KLAUS VON NICHTSSAGEND GALLERY.
Self-published 2020, (First Edition SOLD OUT)
A series of 12, 11 x17 Double Sided Spreads sent by the postal service.
Includes three inserts with texts by the artist and Mae Stone
DRIFT will be on view as a solo exhibition from January 15- February 20, 2020 at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in NYC.
PRESS FOR DRIFT
2020 DeadBeat Club Book of Note Chosen by Matthew Genitempo.The space between initially seeing a set of pictures and experiencing the book as it was intended is sometimes cloudy. So how does your relationship to a book change when you receive it a few pages at a time… scattered over a few months… under the care of the USPS? This is one of those books that’s filled with remarkable pictures contained within an annoyingly great concept.
Olga Yatskevich on Collector Daily:
A number of images capture prints with tire marks, stains, and tears; in one, a man’s hand holds a print of a girl in water. These are the papers that flew out of the car, and they carry physical marks of the car accident, the images and papers become nested like dolls. Seen together, Drift is a way to reflect and process the trauma related to the accident, and to bring back together pieces that have been broken apart.
Drift is a similarly brilliant example of thinking creatively about what a photobook can be, considering both the form and the content, and ultimately using the post office to creating a distinct, thoughtful, and intimately tailored experience