Collage tells what words hint. Joanna Neborsky made this Sedicesimo 46 after reading Mark Greif's book Against Everything. The words quoted here come from his essay "The concept of Experience", and made a point that appaered to her simple and true: the we are trapped inside our experience, and have trouble apprehending the better parts of our lives until they're over. Typography is by Joe Potts.
Joanna Neborsky is a maker of jittery ink drawings, crude cutout animations, and 1960s-stung collage; someone who wasn't, remarkably, Joanna Neborsky, said her work suggests a blend of "Shel Silverstein, Yellow Submarine and Cy Twombly" (she would gently add Monty Python). Her first book, Illustrated Three-Lines Novels: Félix Fénéon, featured darkly humorous news clips from turn-of-the-century France. Corraini Edizioni has published her illustrated edition of Danii Kharms' Tumbling Old Women, a surrealist Russian short story from 1936, and, most recently, Questionario Proust, a modern twist on the Victorian parlor game. She lives in Los Angeles.