An Octave Apart; Copeland, Dale and McDell, Karen

Words by Karen McDell, collages by Dale Copeland. A tale of a battle against anorexia, a battle for life. Printed and hand bound by Copeland.
Words printed on tiles in reflection of artist Karen Modell’s time in Tokaanui Hospital, where she was being treated for anorexia. Tiles used to represent headstones to 'put to death any lingering baggage'. Includes email correspondence to Copeland from McDell regarding the artworks and book.
Limited edition of 5 copies, 2/5 in series. Hand bound in calfskin, printed on 300gsm watercolour paper, endpapers of harakeke paper. Signed by McDell and Copeland.
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