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(#98) M:

Edition of 2108 of which 300 copies are signed 1-300, 26 copies are signed A-Z as artist's proofs, and 5 sets are signed as progressives.

April 22, 1982 10 colors 18" x 24"

Client: The Pacific Film Archive (Tom Schmidt), University of California Art Museum, 2625 Durant Avenue, Berkeley CA 94720. Telephone (510) 642-1413 A-Z: artist's own use.

(AIGA Graphic Design USA 4, 1983; Le Mois de l'Affiche á Bordeaux Catalog)

Influence: Photographs taken by Marika Marrone Goines

My six-year-old niece was given a camera to play with at a garden party. She spent a happy afternoon taking pictures of guests, most of whom were grown-ups. When the prints came back, the photographs were of people's legs and feet. It seems obvious in retrospect that a small child sees the world of adults as a forest of trousers and stockings, but at the time it came to us as a surprise. People see the whole world from their own point of view, and are generally amazed that others see it differently. This film is about a murderer of children, and the poster presents a child's-eye view.