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Birds of Paradise

Artist
Patrick Cruz
Price
$15.00
Date
2016
Publisher
Patrick Cruz
Format
Artists' Books
Size
29 × 43 × 0.2 cm
Length
24 pp
Genre
Newsprint, Creative Writing
Description

Birds of Paradise is a curated collection of 12 texts produced from Vancouver, Canada in 2016. Taking form from the ephemeral nature of newsprint, each text responds loosely on the notion of globalization as an ever-encompassing phenomenon.

Folded newspaper, b&w.

Edition of 200.

2016.

  1. Birds of Paradise
 

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