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Things I Never Told You

Susan Kordalewski
Susan Kordalewski
Artists' Books
6 × 9 inches
208 pages

During the years 2007-2009 I was living in London, UK, working on my MFA. In August 2009 my partner moved back to his home country, and a month later I moved back to mine.

After he moved away I registered a fake email account in his name.

Enclosed in this book are all the emails I sent to it.

Edition of 50, signed and numbered.

  1. Things I Never Told You
  2. Things I Never Told You

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