These porcelain pieces were carried down to the motionless Antarctic seabed, where they remain. And we can imagine that eventually they will disintegrate, and that new forams will find them and glue them into new shells, and that the porcelain-making circle will complete itself.
Over the last 50 years, Jack Ginsberg has collected artists’ books of every kind. His collection comprises of artists’ books themselves, books about artists’ books; books made of glass, metal, cork, wood and bone. Some pop up while others invert.