Lost Rocks: Copper | Author: Loren Kronemyer
To go shallower, turn to page 21. To return to the present, turn to page 23.
?Copper? is a choose-your-own-timeline book written by Tasmania based artist Loren Kronemyer, that documents research and journals from artists embedded in the debate for the christening of a new epoch of Earth's geological timeline, as part of the world building artwork ?Epoch Wars? by Pony Express.
An accumulative event of mineralogical, metaphysical and metallurgical telling, Lost Rocks (2017?21) is a unique library of forty three books composed by forty six contemporary artists from around the world. Part artwork, part curatorial platform and part experiment in publishing as art practice.
Edition of 300
18 x 11cm
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