Art Metropole Edition
With each exhibition of the project, T-R-U-T-H is considered an edition of a book in the making - with each version arranged slightly differently than the last. On the occasion at Art Metropole’s new location in June 2012, the book installation has been further transformed into a multiple, available in an edition of 10 + 2 AP + 3 PP copies.
Silver foil-stamped box, 8.13 x 6.5’’ x 1.5’’ incl. 7 full color prints, 1 mirrored mylar silkscreen print, and 9 “book pages”, all 8 x 5.9’’, and one numbered and signed certificate
Published in 2012 with the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University and Art Metropole
The Golden Section is a mathematical sequence found in nature. Simply put the longer part divided by the smaller part is also equal to the whole length divided by the longer part. In addition it's how things are broken up in a pleasing way to the eye. There is a scientific truth to the golden section that underlies many great works but the proportion itself is rarely iconized.
Golden Section, 2011, Tungsten Inert Gas Weld Metal, 14.75 x 9 in
Bronze Casting 2011
The Book that Makes Itself
By Robin Cameron
This Book, is the culmination of many different ideas and too many discussions. The book is partial autobiography, semi-true textual impressions and a lot of internal dialogue. There are many interpretations of the title, the book as readymade, the book as character, the book as result of process. At the forefront are ideas (of process, of bookmaking, of content)— however muddled, inconsistent, messy and vulnerable they are. The writing is; meandering gestures, stab-in-the-dark looking for something that writing as a pastiche within a problematic relationship to art could suggest.
The Book is 6.5 x 8.75 in, 198 pages, Full Color, Smyth Sewn, Edition of 50