Rheinbach, Germany:: John Gerard,, 2012.. Edition of 10. 4.8 x 7.8"; 12 pages. Text in 36 pt. Arial. Handmade flax paper. Matching paper covers. Interwoven binding. Laid in a drop spine linen-covered clamshell box. Signed and numbered by Gerard. .John Gerard: "Confusion as to truth and lies is everywhere. babel pairs words such as 'accusation' and 'proof' or 'doubt' and 'faith' with the universal language of mathematics. It depends how you read 'the truth lies all about us.'" The individual pages have mathematical symbols on each corner and a single word printed in the middle of the page. To form a sentence or formula, you take the word on the page (for example truth from the first page), then apply one of the four symbols (plus, minus, divide, multiply), and go to the next page to for the next word and set of mathematical symbols. One reading of the first series of pages would be truth + doubt > faith.
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