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Heat Death

Nickolas Mohanna
Lendroit éditions
Artists' Books
16 × 20 × 1 cm
128 pp

Heat Death is a sequence of images derived from a single drawing that has been modified by a photocopier. Utilizing an older model Xerox copier to transform the structure, the drawing is replicated to a point of erasure leaving only incidental marks. The book’s title, Heat Death, is a term borrowed from a thermodynamic theory used to describe the possible fate of the universe; when there are no flows of matter or energy, either within a system or between systems—-maximum entropy.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b/w
Edition of 200

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