This is one of the Intersectionality works I created in a residency last February. I had a cold &lonely studio in an isolated winter landscape, which elicited a kind of mid-life crisis (I was 40 years old).
So I drew emotionally-loaded images and text onto the first half of the yellow book, which is a compendium of math conference papers from 1979. I changed the original title “Mathematical Logic in Latin America” with my dad’s old Dymo tape labeller. The milk crate and related academic books evoke a grad student’s apartment in the 1980s. Recently I found a snapshot camera of the same vintage, taking 110 film, so that’s going in the box too!