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Anaïs Abreu D’argence

“I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions./Whatever I see I swallow immediately/Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike.“

This book is an exploration of Mirror, Sylvia Plath’s celebrated poem. The piece plays with concepts like vacuity and fools with the relationship between space and time that we usually find in a book.

Edition of 10 bilingual, three-dimensional pieces/poems created, printed, and hand-bound by Anaïs Abreu D’argence.

La Diéresis Editorial Artesanal, 2020

A book can also exist as an autonomous and self-sufficient form, including perhaps a text that emphasizes that form, a text that is an organic part of that form: here begins the new art of making books. (Ulises Carrion)

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