Elia Inderle’s Ink Interzone is a slim Moloko edition, handsomely designed by Anneke Auer and introduced by Burroughs scholar Oliver Harris. The 30-page booklet contains juxtapositions of b/w photographs and abstract ink splatters and brush strokes, which bring together recognisable images (of for instance William Burroughs and Lawrence Ferlinghetti) and random abstract patterns. Inderle’s ‘ink interzone’ incites the viewer to reflect on the nature of the images presented, on the different levels of reality they embody and to surmount semantical differences between abstraction and representation. Or as Oliver Harris puts it in his introduction: “I thought I knew what I was looking at and now I need to look again… Welcome twice over to the double-take effect of Elia Inderle’s inky Interzone…”

Sea Urchin Editions, 2021

  • Client : Moloko+ (Schönebeck)
  • Work : book design
  • Format : 185 x 140 x 5 mm, 46 pages
  • ISBN : 978-3-948750-38-1
  • Website : www.molokoplusrecords.de