Author/s: Organik Research Group- K. Allerslev, L. Smith, M. Weber, C.K. Wilde
Size: 15.75" X 7.5"
Page #: 48 pages
Binding: C.K. Wilde and K. Allerslev
Media: Acrylic paint and markers, ink jet printing, Japanese black ink, various other inks, graphite dust painting, turmeric pigment, walnut ink, zylene ink transfer, wax and graphite rubbing from various implements.
A story of failure, and collapse, featuring icons of American life sunk into oblivion, fragments of colonial texts and bird wings and horses invade the pages much like the British invaded New York and Fort Washington in 1776.
In the collection of the Arthur Jaffe Book as Aesthetic Object Collection, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Locations of outdoor material and matrix samplings:
wax rubbing from Bennett Park in Manhattan, New York, the site of General Washington's Fort during his major defeat by the British in 1776 when the Fort bearing his name was captured.