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Quotes

"Findest du es nicht etwas vermessen, Toilettenpapier zu verwenden, - in diesen Zeiten? Wie viele Rollen haben wir noch?"
anonymous (TBOOKS / Toilatepaper Magazine 00)

"This types of shit happens everyday."
Snoop Dogg (Lodi Dodi)

"Roll that shit, light that shit, smoke it." (Method Man)

Publisher Note

Toilatepaper is an artists' magazine created and produced by ©Ovid and (T) and it was born out of a shared passion for sheets. The magazine contains no text, 2 pictures and 5 sheets. Each sheet springs from a roll of toilet paper, simple, and through a complex orchestration of textures it becomes the materialization of the artists' mental outbursts. Since the material for further editions is gone in March 2020, Toilatepaper has created a world that displays a heavenly state, fundamental to ambiguous narratives and a troubling imagination. It combines the vernacular of a commercial toilet paper offer with twisted narrative tableaux and surrealistic imagery. The result is a publication that is itself a work of art which, through its accessible form as a magazine, and through its wide distribution, challenges the limits of the contemporary art economy.

Published on the occasion of quarantine #stayathome 032020.

In October 2020, a second edition of 70 copies was published .This edition is not signed and available for 10,- €.

Artists’ Book

Toilatepaper Magazine 00

by (Tim), ©ovid

Publisher self-published
TBOOKS COLOGNE (TB16(93))
Release Place Cologne, Germany
Edition 1st original edition
Release Date March 2020
Credits
Artist: (Tim), ©ovid
Printrun 11
Work  
Style/Movement Appropriation, Humor
References Toiletpaper Magazine by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.
Content A picture of an empty toilet roll holder...
A sheet of toiletpaper sticks out of the pic like a paper-tongue.
Language English
Dimensions 14.3 × 20.0 cm
Pages 4
Content 2 photographies (1 coloured/1 b/w)
5 sheets of toiletpaper (recycling quality)

last updated 173 days ago

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Edited by Timinklammern, edcat