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Horror Vacui: 1992 Toyota Corolla (BLACK)

Horror Vacui
Artists' Books
22 × 29 × 0.4 cm

This publication is attached to the exhibition 1992 Toyota Corolla (BLACK) a retrospectie exhibition speculating on the temporary disappearance of Horror Vacui. Formed in 1992 by Susan Gilbert and Phill Anderson-Tucker, two transplants from Vancouver who had decided to move together to New York, Horror Vacui was a collaborative art practice that was active in the 90s and early 2000s.

  1. Horror Vacui: 1992 Toyota Corolla (BLACK)

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