Sunday, 16 September 2012


In Epitaph 13 Lou Hazelwood takes Page 13 from books of fiction she owns and handwrites them out on a5 cartridge paper. These fragile inconsistent brief interjections of fiction manifest themselves in a variety of ways. They have been enlarged becoming a palimpsest and place for a group reading, they have become a floor covering and the spoken word. They are currently been archived at a rate of 13 sheets per day at Cambridgeshire Archives as part of Text and Context.

Catalogue Entry at Cambridgeshire Archives for the work.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Lou,
    How are you? I love the concept of fiction becoming palimpsest, floor covering and spoken word and archive. Just the place lacuna mught occur.
    Well done and good luck with it.
    Take careKeith Barley
    Have just fin a website. Any comments welcome.