Editorial Review / Publisher's Information:
Since 2007, artists Jonah Freeman (born 1975) and Justin Lowe (born 1976) have collaborated to create mazelike immersive installations. This is the very first monograph on the duo, printed in conjunction with their exhibition at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in East Hampton. This profusely illustrated volume--printed with full-bleed, double-page spreads and a gorgeous clothbound spine--spans their initial collaboration in Marfa, Texas, to their latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited. Working in simulation, the two create interiors, almost set pieces, in which attention is paid to each detail; viewers enter and explore environments filled with found objects and imaginary products that create fantastical, fictitious worlds of counterculture. With texts by Ali Subotnick, Glenn O'Brien, Mark Flood, Gianni Jetzer, Hamilton Morris and Jan Tumlir, this substantial hardback is a tribute to the psychedelic work of Freeman and Lowe.