Stranger

Stranger

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Joy Drury Cox’s Stranger is a drawing punctuation study comprised of 125 ink drawings on Mylar that map out each period in an English translation of Albert Camus’ The Stranger. For the opening of Workshop, Cox has revisited the project through a new series of photographic prints. These enlargements, displayed alongside the original drawings, become new translations of each chapter-heading page in the original Camus text. Further removed from the original book, each print becomes a seemingly random combination of points and numbers, playing off the existential themes of the book. ( Text excerpt from exhibition at Workshop @ Christian Berst Art Brut.

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Book Details
Stranger
by Joy Drury Cox
5.25 x 8 in
130 Pages
Edition of 100
Printed Black Only on Mohawk
Hardcover, Foil Stamp with Jacket

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Artist Website
joydrurycox.com

 

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