Leave Me Be

Oscar Tuazon

An illustrated fiction of invulnerability and disappearance first published as an edition of ten as part of the 2009 exhibition ‘Untitled (Leave Me Be)’ in Oslo.

 

This book takes the architectural sculptures of Oscar Tuazon as its centre, documenting his various inspirations in their creation, from homeless drifters to hippy survivalists going off-grid and the so-called “outlaw architecture” these people build and inhabit as part of a gritty, free-thinking lifestyle.

Language: English