The images in this book depict the buildings, spaces and artifacts found on Easy Street. The words in this book are those of its resident, culled from shared correspondence. Both lend insight into one person’s intentional life.
Paul Wegner is a fiscal year 2015 recipient of an Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Easy Street book in Slipcase
House and Wall Mural (left) & Studion Elevation Drawing (right)
Briefcase (left) & Shower (right)
Stovetop, Pan, Kettle, and Utensils (left) & Kitchen Floor (right)
Mugs, Thermoses, and Cast Iron Pans (left) & Closet (right)
Laundry (left) & Bukowski Books (right)
Coliseum and Pantry (left) & Exercise Bike
Darkroom Wall (left) & Enlarger Table (right)
Flacid Hermes (left) & Erect Hermes (right)
El Marko Park (left) & Firewood bins (right)
Hearth (left) & Stereo (right)
Garage and Boiler Lights (left) & Firevault in Unfinished Studio
The Box Box (left) & Golden Section Wall (right)
Bedroom (left) & Desk and Chair (right)
Dirty Dishes (left) & Headstone (right)
Dinning Table and Computer Work Station
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