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Poisonous Berries
by Sasha Kurmaz

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28 pages
20 x 29 cm
Black & white risograph
Saddle stitch
Edition of 100
2016
In Poisonous Berries, Sasha Kurmaz explores notions of individualization and sexuality caught between the ideological spectres of his native Ukraine. Cut and paste collage of Orthodox iconography is echoed by Soviet-era ruins and juxtaposed with provocative photography; all printed onto 60gsm Offenbach bible paper.

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