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Double Double 2022-10


DOUBLE DOUBLE 2022-10

The galloping jelly pink horse with pea green spots

A Holly Lee and Lee Ka-sing Publication

First published in Canada by OCEAN POUNDS

October 2022

ISBN: 978-1-989845-46-2

Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication

Photography, Visual Art, Poetry, Literature, Culture

Authors: Holly Lee, Lee Ka-sing

Copyright © Ocean Pounds 2022

Individual Copyrights belong to the Artists and Writers.

All Rights Reserved.

For information about permission to reproduce material

from this book, please write to mail@oceanpounds.com

DOUBLE DOUBLE was published as a weekly webzine

from January 2019 to December 2021. 158 issues were

published. Full archives are available online:

https://oceanpounds.com/blogs/doubledouble

Some issues were re-packaged and published as

print-on-demand paperback editions.

Since January 2022, DOUBLE DOUBLE has become a

monthly publication, released in both paperback (POD)

and ebook versions. POD is available for orders at OCEAN

POUNDS in Toronto or online at BLURB (blurb.com).

DOUBLE DOUBLE read-on-line edition is available at

Reading Room https://oceanpounds.com/blogs/rr

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The galloping

jelly pink horse with

pea green spots

Design and Editorial by DOUBLE DOUBLE studio

www.doubledouble.org

End pages: Images by Holly Lee, photographed at Home

Depot, and during the exhibitions of Guillermo del Toro: At

Home with Monsters (AGO 2018); It’s Alive! Classic Horror

and Sci-Fi Art from the Kirk Hammett Collection (ROM 2020).

Some artwork featured in this publication might be available

at OCEAN POUNDS. Inquiry by email: mail@oceanpounds.com

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Lee Ka-sing

Z FICTION

2009-2013

(40 photographs)


The Z FICTION series was produced between 2009 to 2013, with a majority

created in 2010. There are approximately seventy pieces made, all birthed with

a fictitious approach - a continuation of my previous multi-layer photo-based

works. The “after-image” text is an integral part of the work, which extends and

expands the horizon of the ostensibly silent image.

Ten limited editions are issued for each work in the Z FICTION series, in sheet

size of 17x22 inch.


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In 2010, an editor invited me to contribute a suite of recent

work to a Chinese weekly magazine in Hong Kong. I picked

six pieces from the Z FICTION, and attached a brief Chinese

translation for each. Those six pieces were later chosen

for an exhibition in Hong Kong, “30x30”, organized by

Anothermountainman in 2011. I subtitled the six pieces:

“Six Short Stories about the Decisive Moment”「 和 決 定

性 瞬 間 有 關 的 六 個 短 篇 」. In the same year, I began to

transcribe some of the pieces in Z FICTION to Chinese, and

seeing them as variations to the originals.

Works in Z FICTION Chinese version (Z 話 本 ), ten limited

editions are issued for each, in sheet size of 11x17 inch.

Lee Ka-sing

Z 話 本

2011-2013

(34 photographs)

Some of these variations were published, since 2014, in my

column at the “Voice & Verse” ( 聲 韻 詩 刊 ).


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