By Paul Johnson
Cheshire, England: Paul Johnson, 2007. Edition of 50.
5.5 x 4.5"; 2 pages. Laser printed on mouldmade Hahnemühle Aquarell. Hand cut and assembled. 90-degree pop-up book. Housed in an slip-in envelope with title and image on front.
Paul Johnson: "I planned the engineering of Ursula's Garden from the upstairs bedroom window of my mother-in-law's house in north London. The deafening noise of bulldozers and heavy vehicles redeveloping that area emphasized the tranquility of her tiny garden. It was like being in a Japanese garden where the mind steps out of the body for a while and lives in an alternative reality more real than the 'real' one."