10.2 x 10.2 cm.
Paperback, sewn bound, textile, card
Numbered edition of 19
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‘I envy those sitting behind X-ray screens at the airport, the plumbers of individual homes, the housecleaners and the piano-tuners; they are the only invited eyes who view the hidden collections of a private space.‘
‘Half-baked works entwine in the brine of their mother sauces…’
In My Hand a Miniature unfolds itself into a world of the portables, through the perspectives of Marcel Duchamp’s Boîte en Valise, Ursula Le Guin’s Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction, the ethnography of basketry, offering interpretations of what a carrier can be. The thesis exists as a mutable device that is a book, a bag, a miniature; a copy, a carrier, a collector, all in one.