Christopher Day's New Reading Order is the fifth book by local imprint Negative Press. The high key black and white collaged photographs are reminiscent of Asger Carlson and Lucas Blalock -- both artists utilise the now popular hybrid analogue / digital workflow and create 'hard' and 'blunt' juxtapositions through the means of Photoshop. In New Reading Order, Day mixes these collaged images with seemingly unmanipulated colour photographs, which read as vignettes from everyday life. The result is a disorientating and seductive experience. With an essay by Kyla McFarlane.
40 pages, 30 x 22 cm, hardcover, Negative Press (Melbourne).