Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.

Mark Geffriaud, The Tide, 2010

Living Sculpture
Performance done by silent readers, books from Odyssea by Homer with personal marks from readers
Edition 1 (+ 1 A.P.)

Geffriaud invited group of people into a collective but silent reading of Homer’s Odyssey. Through this
individual yet communal experience an invisible sculpture of Ulysses and his epic journey are formed in the imagination of the readers. Readers leave behind their own book - marks as a record of the end of one reader’s journey and the subsequent departure of another’s, suggesting the overlapping of these temporal and subjective distinctions within the collective narrative experience.