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Shop > Artists' Books

#09029

Wring Your Hands, Sing the End!

Artist
Julia Martin
Price
$10.00
Date
2009
Publisher
self published
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
12.7 × 20.4 cm
Length
68 
Description

“Wring Your Hands, Sing the End!” is the first installment of the series “Apocalyptic Bedtime Stories for Children”. Each short book explores the concept of the end of days in a narrative assembled from appropriated images. “Apocalyptic Bedtime Stories” is a series concerned with adult manifestations of childhood fears, and the shapes they assume. “Wring Your Hands, Sing the End!” is a nightmare pastiche of every pandemic scenario absorbed by the unconscious, it is the vision we share.

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  1. Wring Your Hands, Sing the End!
 

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