Grocery Store Circular

Grocery Store Circular


silkscreen & letterpress

About the Work

This body of work allows the viewer to peer into the life of an unknown subject. The viewer is invited to go through the mailbox, which includes advertising, a quote falsely attributed to the father of lithography (Alois Senefelder) in a biblical format, a wordless yellow pages book, and a feline pizzeria menu. There is a timelessness and lack of place indicated by the prints presented, yet there is an intriguing specificity that opens up a whole new world of possibilities.

Right: the mailbox (reclaimed photolitho plate, silkscreen monotype) that held Grocery Store Circular and other printed material