Guyton’s “printer drawings” consist of illustrated pages torn out of exhibition catalogues, monographs and architecture books. With the help of a standard ink printer, Guyton then adds geometric shapes to the original plates which do not relate to the illustration in any ostensible way. One shows a Suprematist composition superimposed over an abstract biomorphic sculpture, another a perforated rectangle over a Dada poster, and in another, flames crawl over reproductions of paintings. This monograph / artist’s book designed by Joseph Logan and published in conjunction with an exhibition in Lyon, present three series of works. — From the publisher
Dijon: Les Presses du Réel, 2007.
First edition 4to (27.5 × 22.5 cm) Softcover 88 pp Texts in English and French Acetate dust jacket printed in colour offset. Colour illustrations throughout.
Very good condition. Scratches and wear on dust jacket. Some faint discolouration on the extremities of the pages. Item ID: 1028.