Artifact #34/52 from the A Year In The Country project.
Hand of Stabs Black-Veined White CD album. Day Edition in string bound booklet.
Limited edition of 52.
Audiological Research and Pathways; Case #2
Audiological contents: Black-Veined White (68:33 minutes).
White/black CDr album in 10 page string bound booklet packaging.
Day Edition Details:
1) Booklet artwork printed using archival Giclée pigment ink.
2) Wrapped in wax sealed, hand stamped black tissue paper.
3) White/black CDr (white on top, black on playable side).
4) Jute string bound 14.4cm x 13.2cm booklet:
a) Hand signed by Hand of Stabs, hand numbered.
b) Hand bone creased cover.
c) 10 pages (5 sides printed);
d) Contains 4 images, one credits/image page.
e) Front and rear covers are printed on 310gsm textured fine art cotton rag paper.
f) Two inner sheets are printed on 245gsm paper.
g) One inner sheet is printed on semi-transparent 110gsm vellum paper.
5) CDr held in protective fleece-lined sleeve.
Free UK shipping.
This and other Audiological Case studies can also be listened to/are available for purchase via our Bandcamp page.
electric guitar, cello: captain rex standish. percussion, tenor recorder, mandocaster: james worse.
velophone, electronics, bugle: jocelyn von bergdorff. voice: Kyra La Rubia (De Coninck).
text used with kind permission: Watson, L., and Dallwitz, M.J. 2008 onwards.
British insects: butterflies. Version: 29th December 2011.
Black-Veined White (Aporia cratœgi). (Poem by Giles Watson, 2014.)
Artwork/packaging design by the AYITC Ocular Signals Department.
Peruse Hand of Stabs at A Year In The Country: Day #155/365.
A Year In The Country: An English idyll, a midnight sun…
“A Year In The Country is a year long journey of and searching for an expression of my underlying unsettledness to the English bucolic countryside dream… and wandering about and through the trails of things that have influenced, inspired and intrigued me along the way, which will quite possibly take in the further flung reaches of folk music, folklore and what has been labelled hauntological culture.”
More information on the project at www.ayearinthecountry.co.uk