exhibited in, New on the Shelf: Rare Books & Artists' Books,
Stanford University’s Green Library, 2018/19

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kanage pholu wanda, 2014

Books, and artists’ books in particular, must be handled to be fully appreciated. This is especially the case with Tim Mosely’s Kanage Pholu Wanda ... Mosely instructs, the reader must be able to touch it, employing the term “haptic touch” to describe “feeling over, across, and around surfaces to become acquainted with content that the eye cannot sense.”
- Elizabeth A Fischbach

exhibited in, the Residents
New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale, NSW, 2019


the earth will expose the blood shed on it and conceal the murdered no longer, 2019

artists book, codex; a triptych of single segment folios between plywood covers,
colour reduction woodblocks and letterpress on Awagami Kozo, plywood, felt, 52 x 68 cm (open), 2018
made in conjunction with “on a windy day towards ben lomond in the new england tablelands”,
print triptych, colour reduction woodblocks prints and letterpress on Awagami Kozo, 300 x 64 cm, 2018

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