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“I personally feel that a box, far from being a dead end, is an entrance to another world. I don’t know to where, but an entrance to somewhere, some other world.”
Essay by :
Laura May Todd
And Another Thing…
8.8″ x 11.6″, 128 pages,
Edition Size 700
ISBN : 978-1-944005-12-2
Published by : Aint–Bad
Printed in the Netherlands
Anthony Gerace lives and works in London, working primarily in collage, portraiture and landscape. His work has been featured in Elephant, It’s Nice That, Dezeen, and AnOther, among others. His commissioned work has appeared in the New York Times, the Criterion Collection, the Atlantic, and PORT, among others. He is originally from Toronto, Ontario.
And Another Thing collates and recontextualises seven years of collage and studio ephemera into a publication that is, among other things, a meditation on the nature and physicality of the medium as well as an individual piece of work in its own right. Gerace takes on the role of both artist and sequencer and creates a looping, circuitous work that is equal parts book and artwork,
collection and commentary.
Throughout, Gerace continually draws the reader to questions of time and memory, in the form of the book and the deterioration and reinterpretation of printed matter, image-death subverted through actions undertaken upon objects, repeated incessantly, tiny squares building forms before being overtaken, over and over and over and over, again and again and again and again.