ALEX DORDOY By Alex Dordoy

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ALEX DORDOY By Alex Dordoy

10.00

Published By The Modern Institute

22.5 x 19 cm, 12 pages, Full color offset printed, Saddle stitch, Card cover, 2012

"A wasp falls, hits the ground and bounces. It stumbles and then vomits, hard, presumably from the shock of the impact. You can see its tiny chest contracting and expanding, contracting and expanding; its heart beating as fast as a sprinter post-race. It retches again. You move close and examine a globule. The surface is translucent and inside you can see a dense tangle of red, navy and black fibres. The fibres have the plastic quality of wiring shrunk to an infinitesimal scale. You look back at the wasp, raise your thumb in the air and crush it into the earth."

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