Dispersion

Dispersion enacts the “sprinkling” that is Brecht’s metaphor for egalitarian distribution in the nine-line poem “Of Sprinkling in the Garden” as a dispersal of the text of the poem itself. The book supplements the presentation at JB Jurve in Los Angeles of the same poem as a dispersible floor piece assembled from 180 letter-size inkjet prints that visitors were invited to shift with their feet.

A limited number of signed and numbered copies are available. Please contact me if you’re interested.

Available from Amazon.

Published: 2012
8.25″ x 6″ (20.955 x 15.24 cm)
Black and white on white paper
200 pages