Issue 3.07

Winter 2009: Less is More – The Politics of Erasure

Editor: Jenny Penberthy

Co-produced with SFU Gallery.

Featuring essays by Clint Burnham, Bill Jeffries, and Ariana Kelly. Erasures by Tom Phillips, Louis Cabri, Aaron Vidaver, Kristina Lee Podesva, Oana Avasilichioaei, and more.

Print: $10

Jamie Hilder, Paths and Places [Vancouver 6, detail]
Jamie Hilder, Paths and Places [Vancouver 6, detail]


An Introduction to Less is More...

The Dialectics of Erasure

from A Humument

from Paths and Places

from Nets

from Letter to Shareholder series

from Soldiers' Market 2005-2008

Description of a Struggle

local colour

from The Mortal S

26-Tone Technique: An Adventure of Whitman's Line (2005)

from Keepness

from 365 Sonnets I Destroyed

from Wittgenstein's Corrections

from The Owls of North



Two Pages from Severed Public Documents Pertaining to the Neutralizationof the Woodwards Squat (2002)

Erased LeWitt Sentences

from Stretch

redaction suite blackout

All the Dots

COVER: Paths and Places [Vancouver 6, detail]

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