Agree to Disagree
This book plays with the language used in questionnaires that require respondents to indicate their level of agreement or disagreement by selecting a response from a symmetric scale to capture the intensity of respondent's feelings for a given item.
The pages are cut into four horizontal strips in the manner of an 'exquisite corpse' book, with one word on each strip.
It looks as though it could be a tool for use in interview situations. By turning the pages different agree/disagree statements
can be formed, as well as playful, nonsensical or un-grammatical phrases.
The title of the book uses a phrase that refers to the resolution of a debate or quarrel whereby all parties tolerate but do not accept the opposing position(s).
Digital Indigo Print on GF Smith Colorplan, Fedrigoni Splendorgel and Fedrigoni Sirio
17.2 x 13.5 cm
Edition of 50