Nick West, ‘A-Z² (2017) from the exhibition ‘Volumes’ at ONCA Gallery, Brighton, UK

‘A-Z²’ is created by recycling the physical elements of a previous artwork. In its present arrangement, the paper has been cut and sewn into 26 books, each in the shape of a different letter of the alphabet. Making the books circular means that they don’t have beginnings or endings. ‘A-Z²’ is about the potential of language. It is a way to say everything that could ever be said, and nothing, at once.

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