Soft Cover, German, Thread Stitching, 16 Pages, 2009
Something to do
Primarily known for exploring and emphasizing the practice of freehand drawing, Jasper Sebastian Stürup also works in a range of media including artist books, painting, video, and sculpture.
One of an ongoing series of small zines produced by Jasper Sebastien Stürup, this series of line drawings conveys the ambiguous sense of a narrative, with repeated images of faceless, mostly female, figures with flowing hair, and images of skeletal or reaper-like forms. Produced in an edition of 150 with simple saddle-stitch binding, and hand-cut, photocopied pages.