- Published by:
- CG Boerner
Square / 8" x 8"48 pages Perfect-bound
In the series of charcoal drawings titled "Floor Translations," Brooklyn-based artist Paul D'Agostino takes what is generally considered a linguistic craft and turns it into a formal, form-generative process by morphing blobs of paint on the floor into various creatures and protagonists, such as monster fish and shrieking chickens. The accidental mark is thus delineated, identified and named, then woven into a narrative linking one drawing to the next. "Floor Translations" is an artist book produced by the galleries C. G. Boerner and Pocket Utopia on the occasion of the exhibit "Twilit Ensembles," March 3 - April 21, 2013, Pocket Utopia, NYC.