Lockjaw (1983) was the most realised project by Zerox Dreamflesh (1979-1984), a loose group of writers, artists and musicians based in Sydney that produced a series of zine-ish print objects, cassettes, Xerox postcards and a Super 8 film. Their work was oppositional, always inspired and inspiring. The book has been scanned from an original copy and reproduced by risograph - a 21st-century analogue to early-1980s photocopy art. This new edition includes a separate section with essays by George Alexander and Professor Ross Gibson, an introduction by Sonya Jeffery, and a reflection on the impact of Lockjaw on one reader by Matt Holden.
Author: Zerox Dreamflesh, George Alexander, Professor Ross Gibson, Sonya Jeffery and Matt Holden.
Publisher: Telephone Publishing
Number of pages: 196