By Ginger Burrell
San Jose, California: Midnight Moon Press, 2009. Edition of 25.
11.75 x 9"; 21 leaves. Original images and haiku by the artist. Text printed using Footlight MT Light font. Archival inkjet printing on Rives BFK. Japanese stab binding. Paper covered boards with illustrated paper title tipped on front board.
Ginger Burrell: "Virtual/Reality began with a discussion with my niece about the amazing landscapes along the Northern California coast. She told me, 'I don't need to go there, I can just look at pictures on my computer.' In Virtual/Reality haiku, paired with original photographs, argues that virtual will never replace reality."
Is the irony intentional?