Author/s: K. Allerslev, M. Weber, and C. K. Wilde
Size: 10 X 8 inches, variant folio sizes, with two joined fore-edge sections
Binding: Modified pamphlet by C.K. Wilde, decorated hand sewn cloth covers by Sara Parkel
Media: aspiration, digital ink jet photo-printing, drawing, mono-printing, painting, and rubbings with black pepper, curry powder, graphite, shellac, various inks, blessed ochre pigments from Australia, tumeric, wax crayon, wire branding by Christopher Wilde and Kurt Allerslev, calligraphy by Marshall Weber.
Hang On, is a relic of disaster, smelling of tragic civilizations burning, in German and English the book evokes the the raven rising from the ashes only to eat them. Stories of the genocide of Native Americans as told by unsympathetic artist George Caitlan (who spent most of the 1800's traveling through the Native American nations witnessing their destruction) are interspersed with Weber's post-9/11 inspired poetic meditation on brutality.