Why And Why Not // Mark Titchner
‘Language is how we relate to the world, there’s no separation’ Mark Titchner
Why and Why Not is a book that embraces the fine tradition of the street corner prophet, tempered with the equally proud custom of keeping your mouth firmly shut. Constructed in chapters, with titles such as I Against I and Policing Love with Neuroses, this publication represents a chain of declamatory ‘rants’ that critically probe traditional notions of narrative authority. By graphically sequencing points with counterpoints, Titchner creates an assemblage where ideals are overturned and philosophies ruined.
Published by Bookworks, 2004, softcover, 96 pages, 190cm x 135cm