Installation and performance
Table, chair, book pages, ink, wire, clips, office bell
Entrepot Gallery, Tasmanian School of Art
Every day for 5 days, from 9am – 5pm, I sat in the gallery and wrote the words I know where I'm going over the pages of Blair's History of Australasia (1898), Banke's New and Universal System of Geography (1789) and Rochfoucauld's Maxims. As each page was completed,I rang an office bell and then hung the page on wires strung across the width of the gallery. As the days passed, the gallery became progressively filled with pages. On the last day, I had literally written myself into a corner.