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NO SIGNS

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Published by:
Jeff DiPerna
Published:
11/3/2012
Specs:
Digest / 5.25" x 8.25"
32 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Photography
Tags:
artist book, photography, Roadside, signs

I am continually fascinated with the growing number of prohibitive signs warning against unlawful or undesirable behavior, or announcing an absence of services, that seem to be spawning on every available parcel of land. NO SIGNS consists of 26 images of these signs captured over a 5-month period between the months of April and September, 2012 at locations from New England to Arizona including Arlington, Watertown, Cambridge, Somerville, Medford, Dennisport, Provincetown, Salem, Hanover, Norwood and Kingston in Massachusetts; Portland and Yarmouth in Maine; and Fountain Hills and McDowell Mountain Regional Park in Arizona. The 26 images in NO SIGNS are a discreet nod to Ed Ruscha’s seminal Twenty-Six Gasoline Stations (1963). Like Ruscha, I am interested in serially documenting otherwise neglected aspects of subliminal reality.


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