Bōc [Old English for book]. Both books here are bound on both edges. They contain never to be seen drawings and texts that were conceived during a month long darkness residency.
Occipital drawing refers to the occipital lobe which is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain. The lobe is the visual processing centre of the brain that is responsible for both real and imagined images.
Bound in alum tawed goatskin with two rounded spines and sewn colour silk headbands.
Surrounding the book is a hand finished silk print. The drawing on the print was also created whilst in blackout.