23 Nov A PROPOSAL TO ADD ONE YEAR TO THE GREGORIAN CALENDAR TO COMPENSATE FOR THE ABSENCE OF A YEAR ZERO, ACCORDINGLY RENOMINATING 1999 THE YEAR 2000. 1999 (OR SHOULD IT BE 2000?)
Glasgow: WAX336, 1999
10.4 x 14cm, 2pp. Artist's card noting that at the change from the Julian Calendar to the Gregorian Calendar in 1582, the fact that the former calendar was created at a time when the concept of zero "was not known" (or rather not used mathematically). Bellingham's suggestion is to restore the year 0 by adding an additional year to any current date. VG+.