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This is Me Writing

Micah Lexier
Paul + Wendy Projects
Artists' Books
15.4 × 20 cm

“This is Me Writing” examines the act of writing. The 15 statements in this booklet utilize different means of physically putting pen to paper. By turns playful and clever, Lexier explores language, narrative and the idiosyncrasies of his own handwriting.

Edition of 300, numbered.

  1. This is Me Writing

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