What’s the Big Idea? | Kim reviews Lockjaw

What’s the Big Idea? | Kim reviews Lockjaw

Lockjaw

by Zerox Dreamflesh

An explosion of provocative art-slash-postmodern-ideas, Lockjaw was the 4th print object made by forgotten underground Sydney collective Zerox Dreamflesh. Originally published in 1983, it has been brought back to life by Melbourne based small presses, Telephone Publishing and Surpllus. Riso printed & dense in content, this book is haphazard & difficult to read, but sit with it… the challenge is well worth the effort. This one went straight to my personal collection.

Review by Kim

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