First printing (ed 100) sold out. Second printing (ed 200) with an updated 6 hole coptic binding.
This book presents a new linguistic situation called Hermiscambunary. The idea comes from the necessity to expand the notion of our common lenguage. Hermiscambunary take us into a synesthesic and psychedelic journey inviting us to recognize new forms of perception.
Ignacio Gatica Lives and Works in Santiago, Chile He has exhibited his work individually and collectively in Chile, Argentina, Brazil and New York. As a side projects, he is co founder of Fundación Popolet, a fundation that collects , produce and exhibit non traditional books and objects from artist based on South America.