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Untitled Pencil and gouache on paper 30cm x 30cm © 2010 Tammy Lu “Instead of the vertical abyss between words and world, above which the perilous footbridge of correspondence would hang, we now have a sturdy and thick layering of transverse paths through which masses of transformations circulate. (…) ‘It refers to something there’ indicates … Continue reading untitled 20

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For Speculations: The Journal of Object Oriented Philosophy. Thank you to Paul John Ennis for adopting this image. Untitled Pencil and gouache on paper 16cm x 27cm © 2009 Tammy Lu ”When it comes to the ‘vertical’ relation between real objects and their accessibility to others, the real object is always something more than the  … Continue reading untitled 17


Detail of a zine made for the Fools’ Experiments exhibition at the Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS), 24 August 2009 – 5 September 2009. Untitled (detail) Pencil on paper 42cm x 30cm © 2009 Tammy Lu “In the naturalist’s collection things happen to plants that have never occurred since the dawn of the world. The … Continue reading Apparatus

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Untitled (detail) Pencil on paper 46cm x 42cm © 2008 Tammy Lu “A well-defined state of affairs is the work of many forces. They agree about nothing and associate only via long networks in which they talk endlessly without being able to sum one another up. They intermingle, but they cannot reach outside themselves to … Continue reading untitled 9

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Untitled (detail) Pencil on paper 30cm x 30cm © 2009 Tammy Lu “We neither think nor reason. Rather,  we work on fragile materials – texts, inscriptions, traces, or paints – with other people. These materials are associated or dissociated by courage and effort; they have no meaning, value, or coherence outside the narrow network that … Continue reading untitled 8