Thirty-eight photographs of mini-roundabouts taken from the roadside.
From road level the circles are seen as ellipses. The images have been altered to make them as circular as possible.
The circles instruct motorists to observe a rule,, intended to be seen rather than looked at. Although created 'uncreatively' by road painters, they can be read as outdoor public art. They present a surface patina which is the product both of the makers technique and the physical rigors that have been placed upon them over time.
The book features a short text on the rules and history of the mini-roundabout.
Staple bound soft cover
Cover 320 gsm
Interior 148 gsm
22 x 15 x0.6 cm
Edition of 100
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