Lockjaw (1983) was the most realised project by Zerox Dreamflesh (1979-1984), a loose group of writers, artists and musicians that produced a series of 'zine-ish print objects, cassettes, Xerox postcards and a Super 8 film. Their work was oppositional, not very accessible (though when you got it, you really got it), and 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. This reissue of Lockjaw is a co-publication of Telephone Publishing (Melbourne) and Surpllus (Melbourne).
196 pages, 21.5 x 16 cm, softcover, Telephone Publishing (Melbourne) and Surpllus (Melbourne).