O, O, O.
Participation in printed project Gnomerro, designed and curated by Sarah Tripp. Images show front cover (the apparent black disk is actually embossed in reflective silver foil) and the O, O, O. spread. The book is 46 pages long, comprises nineteen separate contributions, and is described by Tripp as follows:
"The contents of this pamphlet are responses to the quality of lightness. This is one of the literary values Italo Calvino described as worth cherishing in his series of lectures, Six Memos for the Next Millenium. The others are: quickness, exactitude, visibility, multiplicity and consistency."