Robert Indiana (*1928) has created some of the world’s most immediately recognizable works of art. Filled with intensely personal combinations of universal symbols—numbers and letters, stars and wheels—they are most readily associated with the Pop art movement.

monotony repetition practice

Collector's Edition

monotony repetition practice by Dana Sederowsky is a hand-bound artist’s book. In addition to the regular edition of 500, the artist has produced an exclusive edition of 10 + 2 AP, signed and numbered, each one a handwritten original. The book contains a handwritten text measuring 10.8 meters that has been folded into a leporello, which means that you can fold it out to its full length. It consists of the repetition of three phrases: monotony is a virtue, repetition is a strength, practice makes progress. The text was written with an Artline 70 high-performance permanent marker on an inkjet matt paper roll. Furthermore the books contains a presentation of the artist written by art critic Sinziana Ravini, and photographs that document the ongoing art project Text Walls.

Please notice: The Collector's Edition will be published in December 2016. You can already pre-order it.

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"monotony repetition practice"

October 2016

24,00 x 18,00 cm


hand-bound with leporello

Languages: English

Dana Sederowsky
Text by
Sinziana Ravini
Design by
Dana Sederowsky

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