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Glasgow: City of Love (All the Places I've Shagged Snekes Mow) 2002-2007

Hannah Jickling
self published
Artists' Books
Paper Booklet
10 × 18 × 0.3 cm

“I’ve always wanted to tell you this… In early 2002, in Glasgow (the ‘City of Love’), 57 hearts were made from used chewing gum, (scraped-up, dried-out and reapplied on the sidewalks)… I’m owning-up” – Hannah Miami Jickling. The text of this artist book is lifted by the artist from various blogs written over the years in response to the mystery surrounding the hearts.

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