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I participated in an exhibition/installation dedicated to the art of the xerox at the Fictilis Gallery in Seattle. Called 10-22-38 Astoria, in reference to the first thing ever reproduced using xerography technology (aka "photocopying").

About the show:

"The FICTILIS space will transform into a pop-up copy shop that is pre-stocked with a wide selection of ready-to-copy artworks, by artists from Seattle and beyond, which will blanket the space’s 17-ft-high walls. Visitors can use on-site copy machines to interact with the collection in several ways and contribute to its evolution over the course of the exhibition."

More here.

(Photos below courtesy Fictilis.)

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