I write what I know on one side of the page
and what I don’t know on the other

Series of 4: 2002
Dobbin Mill papers, archival inkjet photos and text
11.5″ x 6.5″


The title for this book, a line from the poem “Paper” by Carl Sandburg, was watermarked into the paper, which was then burnt and folded to form pockets. The 20 pockets hold translucent paper sheets with phenomenological musings on a series of dreamscapes and architectural spaces. The 20 texts were written from the artist’s dreams in the months after 9/11.