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Opening Strings

Artists
Eunice Luk and Alicia Nauta
Date
2013
Publisher
Fantasy Camp Books
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
27.5 × 29 × 0.2 cm
Length
10 
Description

This is the first collaborative project between Eunice Luk and Alicia Nauta.

Eunice Luk lives and works in Toronto. Eunice strives to create work that maps the imagination in a synthetic world. She has exhibited work at the Howard Park Institute, Xpace and Narwhal Art Projects in Toronto. She also runs Fantasy Camp, an independent publisher of artist books and zines.

Alicia Nauta is a Toronto based artist. All her work is part of Alicia’s Klassic Kool Shoppe, a one woman operation consisting of collage, screenprinting, installation, bookworks, occasionally weird paper mache and a growing collection of found oddities.

Edition of 50.

  1. Opening Strings
 

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