By Sun Young Kang
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Sun Young Kang, 2005. Edition of 400.
1.75 x 1.375"; 12 pages. Miniature. Inkjet printed with hand drawn images. Modified dos-dos structure. One sheet folded to form 12 pages.
From the book: "The material world was a place fragmented and constantly changing; this changing aspect of the universe came to be called samsara."
Wikipedia (5/3/12): "In modern parlance, samsara refers to a place, set of objects and possessions, but originally, the word referred to a process of continuous pursuit or flow of life. In accordance with the literal meaning, the word should either refer to a continuous stream of consciousness, or the continuous but arbitrary drift of passions, desires, emotions, and experiences."