LVII 'Box of Fiction' by Ann Daly

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16 pages, 9 plates 6 full-spreads on Mohawk Superfine, saddle-stiched.
Ann Daly’s “Box of Fiction,” is a photographic essay on the uncanny afterlife of objects, photographs, narratives, and biographies inherited through material and verbal fragments, and of the act of documenting—as in a crime scene— the contents of a cardboard box discovered a decade after the death of the artist’s mother. For Daly, the work of interpretation does not rest, rather it remains agitated within a palimpsest of silencing surrounding catastrophic family events. Companion volume to Daly’s XVII “Drafts: Letters Unsent.”
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