a slender horizon of lightlay Book
By Simon Cutts
Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland: Coracle, 2019. Edition unstated.
4 x 5.75"; 16 pages. Digital colour. Saddle stitch binding (stapled).
One in the on-going ephemera series by Coracle. An illustrated essay by Simon Cutts, after the demise of Bill Culbert in March 2019.
Bill Culbert, wikipedia 1/16/20: " William Franklin Culbert MNZM (23 January 1935 – 28 March 2019) was a New Zealand artist, notable for his use of light in painting, photography, sculpture and installation work, as well as his use of found and recycled materials. … He was born in Port Chalmers, near Dunedin and divided his time between London, Croagnes in southern France, and New Zealand. He was married to artist Pip Culbert (1938–2016) and made many collaborative works with artist Ralph Hotere. ... Culbert began to experiment with electric light in 1967."