Jack Whitefield / Steel Blades
Primarily it is the arrangement of used blades, dull and discarded but inherently sculptural.
Performed with an absence of purpose beyond the base instinct to organise and to create,
each new arrangement is a progression from the previous, the intention never symbolic.
But now it exists and so its meaning begins to exist.
- 135 x 105 mm
- Laser etched stainless steel cover
- Concertina bound
- Offset print on coated satin 200gsm paper
- Signed edition of 30
- Printed in England
- Published by Tarmac 2020