BlackBookBlack merges the practices of woodcut engraving, installation, performance, cinema and comics, whose artworks embrace a variety of forms with the colour black and repetition being key elements as an exploration into the usage and relation of word and image within art. It is a hymn to the colour black, a self-representation of the colour black via the means of wood-engraving, a salut through time to the art of Kazimir Malevich, a prayer to the great nothing, a highlighting of the concreteness of black colour, a presenting of a process of a production of the colour black, a transposition of the mystical sentence “a rose is a rose is a rose”, a circle within which the artist walks, a landscape, a question, a situation, an action, something that might correspond to a prose poem, an act of resistance to meaning, a closing, an opening, always different, always the same.

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