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Human Toilet

Jason Harvey
Artists' Books
12.5 × 12.5 cm

Human Toilet is a book of short poems by Jason Harvey. His work has been described as being “somewhere between lol and serious” (Noisey). Jokes with no punch lines and embarrassingly sincere, Human Toilet attempts to communicate the essence of human experience.

Jason Harvey is a young alternative artist and video director working in new media. His digital and physical work has been featured on many websites and galleries. He is based in Montreal and Berlin.

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