DEALER BOOK SERIES



LAST HERO (2018)
bronze and oak, approx. 210 x 80 x 80 cm
a distant-future monument to park drug dealers
LAST HERO (sized to match original Rote Matrose by Hans Kies) (2018)
fiberglass, styrofoam, paint, approx. 375 x 140 x 140 cm
Mask Mix (Monument Dreams) (2018)
video installation, dimensions variable — (7:22)
Dealer I (2017)
steel, glass, inkjet on paper, bolts, 200 x 100 x 80 cm
features the hometown and migration route of a Berlin park dealer from Welingara, The Gambia
Peace.Love.Insurgency. to a LAST HERO (2018)
ink, laser prints and adhesive tape on paper
48,2 x 66,0 cm (sheet)
Dealer Poses (DP#11 - Ride) (2019) and
Dealer Poses (DP#16 - Hand) (2019)
inkjet and ink on paper, matboard, frame, 43 x 73 x 3 cm (Ride), 63 x 73 x 3 cm (Hand)
Dealer Poses is a series of twenty framed and matted photo-collages. The 184 images used in the collages comprise all of the images of alleged dealers from articles in Holmquist's Media Collection, 2017/18. The Media Collection contains over 500 articles on public drug dealing in Germany from 1994 - 2018.
Stockdealer (2019)
inkjet on paper, ink on matboard, frames, 19 parts, each: 41,5 x 31,5 x 2 cm
Stockdealer is a nineteen-part photo assembly made from a stock image of a group of black men in a Berlin park, first used in 2016 to illustrate press accounts on Holmquist’s intervention proposing a monument to park drug dealers.
Low Tide Index (2014)
unique edition of 3,135 pages, 12½ x 18 ½ inches
laser micro and standard printing, presented in 20 volumes, bound in 1½-inch 3-ring, unbacked, stainless and chrome binder-bases
North Redwood Book Arts Guild Books from Low Tide Archive (2014)
various sizes and materials
Cieciorka Flag (2013)
two color inkjet on canvas, cut and sewn, two sides, approx. 185 x 290 cm
Hippies & Weed Portable Insurgent (2013)
single accordion-folded sheet, two sides, 28 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches
distant-future revolutionary broadsheet of sound-picture converted spoken texts and music offset printed on 36 lbs UV Ultra Translucent White Smooth Bond
Insurgents Hear Print (2013)
video installation, dimensions variable – (8:47)
distant-future revolutionaries hear what they see among read texts and music in the Hippies & Weed Portable Insurgent broadsheet
Rauchhaus Bundesgeseztblatt (2013)
perfect bound 48 pages, two color cover, 10 x 16 cm
near-future German law, imagined for the year 2090: Bundesgeseztblatt zum Schutz und zur Förderung der Tradition und Kultur der Rebellion (Federal Legal Notice of Protection and Support for the Tradition and Culture of Rebellion)


chronic freedom (2010)
Codex, about 1,000 pages, 49,5 x 34,3 cm
Hand sewn to polyethylene drip lines for cords. Tight-back covered and partially encased in calfskin attached to oak panels with titles of steel letters. In three of the book sections, fired bullet slugs have been set into niches carved into pages.
dirt (2010)
Codex, 40 pages (plus a 26 page sewn insert), 73,6 x 55,2 cm
Inkjet-printed, color, on adhesive paper bonded to soil and soil supplement bags, cut opened into bi-folds and side-stitched. Hand bound to rusted 1,3 cm rebar spine and covered with tent canvas and pond liner scavenged from marijuana growing operations.
light (2010)
Seven-page Scroll 71,1 x 63,5 cm
Silkscreen printed on foil acetate and ink-jet printed on Lexjet® terylene fabric sandwiched with reflective Mylar® and inserted into turkey oven bags. Hand bound to a custom armature spine and attached to two 1000-watt high-pressure sodium lights with glass bulbs broken away. Issued in box made of locally sourced and milled big-leaf maple, pepperwood and plywood, with a louvered ballast faceplate bent and fixed to the lid. Light bulbs and ballast faceplate were scavenged from indoor grow scenes.
Big Drug Factory — Unfound (2010)
45,7 x 33 cm, 13-page fold out book
Inkjet-printed, color, with a preserved original May 24, 1973 ed. of Rolling Stone. Presented in two archival-grade 4-flap enclosures with string-and-button fastenings sewn into folded book cloth, cotton twill canvas, tent canvas and leather binding.
Exoptitron (2002)
copper, wood, lenses, screen, video, approx. 150 x 60 x 70 cm
Exoptitron is part of the blind eye projects, that seek to make and promote art and media that deflect the interest of the audience and attempt to subtract stimulation.
BLIND HEAT stand (2001)
inkjet print on vinly, wood, 89 x 47 x 30 cm
EXPOTIC FIELDS for the relief of tv and internet addiction (2001)
VHS tape — approx. (60:00)
BLIND HEAT (2001)
with Benton-C Bainbridge, VHS tape — approx. (45:00)