July 1993

n.p.: n.p., n.d. (1993)
60 x 82cm, light blue on white silkscreen. The image of a sundial is joined with text in Greek and English - Saint-Just's most famous dictum "too many laws, too few examples". Like many quotations the meaning out of context can be changed - Saint-Just was referring to deaths in the terror, but a modern take might be that we need better people or better behaviour (Virtue perhaps)? A sundial is a good example - once placed and checked for accuracy, its behaviour is true and unvaried. it is a good example.
One of 300 signed and numbered examples (the signature is in pencil, the numbering in ink.

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A undistributed proof from the unreleased publication of the same name (planned by Edition Cantz). 33 x 33 cm, 2pp silk-screen print (chamois/white) on white double sided astrolux (high gloss) 290 micron card stock. The text is intense and in German and English recto/verso:"THE SUN THE MOON THE STARS...

Milan: Galleria del Credito Valtellinese, 1993 10.5 x 21cm, 4pp announcement card with one b/w image of the artist during the title performance in Milan in 1981. Posthumous card. VG+....

Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1993
15 x 10cm, 2pp card with a photograph by Ralph Irving of close up of strawberry plants with a stick noting "Fete des fraises" in a net to stop birds eating the fruit.
Strawberry was the name (Fraise) of 11 Prairial (30 May). A celebration of the greatest of fruits. VG+.

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