THE GREAT GRAIN FROM PAINHELL
by Luca Baioni
This work has no subject nor object; there is also no difference between the content and the shape. There is no distance between the author and the user, since every part of the work can be freely connected with every other part. The author seems to be obliged to give the user this kind of freedom. Beyond every dualism and contrapposition, the book is imbued with an high grade of connectivity. This implies that the territory of the work can be in every moment interrupted, broken, segmented. It is blocked just to be loosen up, it is closed just in the perspective of possible disclosures.
Printed in Italy by Fontegrafica
Staple bound, 5.9 x 8.6 in / 15 x 22 cm
112 pages, 60 photos, color offset.
Edition of 300