Jim Hobbs
A CLEAR DAY AND NO MEMORIES
a new project with Kinski
JIM HOBBS & KINSKI
A CLEAR DAY AND NO MEMORIES

A limited edition of 389 LP’s and fine art prints, produced on the occasion of the exhibition A CLEAR DAY AND NO MEMORIES, taking place from December 3, 2010 to January 14th, 2011 at Jack Straw Productions, Seattle, Washington. These items are presented within a luxurious gatefold jacket, printed on uncoated stock with the center spread adorned with dozens of 16mm film scans taken from Hobbs’ work. On the album, Kinski‘s sound is given
its time to roam across fields of dense drones, deafening noise, and minimal movements. For the print, Hobbs has utilized the format of an ‘A and B side’ to create a two sided silkscreen, taken from a single still image from his films. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. Both the album and the silkscreen are housed in black, die cut dust sleeves. A digital download will also be available for those who purchase the work.

Contents:
12” Vinyl Standard Weight
Side A - A CLEAR DAY 21’ 53”
Side B - NO MEMORIES 14’ 27”
Screenprint - 11 1/4” X 11 1/4” printed on
Somerset Satin White 300 gsm
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