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Feeling Words

Derek Sullivan
Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
Artists' Books
12 × 17 × 0.5 cm

One in a series of artist books that comprise ‘Albatross Omnibus,’ the Power Plant’s 2011 commission by Toronto-based artist Derek Sullivan.

Fifty-two limited edition artist’s books were produced through print-on-demand technology and were on sale during only one day of the artist’s Power Plant exhibition.

Each of the 52 books has its own title, while the full set shares the name Albatross Omnibus.

Edition of 28

  1. Feeling Words

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