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Nathan Carter, Métro Bibliothèque Bookshelves – Banners for the Teeers @ onestar press
Nathan Carter, Métro Bibliothèque Bookshelves – Banners for the Teeers @ onestar press
From December 4 2010 to January 22 2011

Nathan Carter – New York-based artist, and member of the hardcore punker groupdance troupe The Final Run iNs and author of two artists books with onestar press – has created a new bookshelf for displaying the onestar collection. Carter’s capricious insouciance, his love of primary colors and an unhinged suspended geometry are here with practical playfulness – and when one knows of his pop/punk/neobeat (& hilarious) pseudo-narratives involving clandestine radio/signal operators who “send encrypted messages into the foggy ether of the night sky and then have a savory snack baked in a concealed kitchen, embedded with a piece of micro-film alluding to future covert affairs…”, then the bookshelf becomes one of Carter’s mysterious transmitter/ receivers. As he says, “in Paris there are often several ways to look at things… and like waging a war, you don’t go unless you absolutely have to” The onestar press collection is officially Carterized.
Richard Dailey