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Light Levels
by Antonia Pinter

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70 pages
19 x 24.5cm
Black & white and full colour digital
Perfect bound
Edition of 100
2015
Light Levels collects a body of work produced by Portland based artist Antonia Pinter. Deftly arranged wriggles and blobs, dashes and shapes wind their way through the pages, with splashes of expertly composed colour, cut up scraps, the occasional figurative symbol. Full images of Pinter's paintings sit alongside close up detail photography, and both are complemented by poetic reflections from Patricia No and the artist. For extra detail and synchronicity between the publication and what is represented, the spine of each book is painted glow-in-the-dark(!!)

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