'Matchbox Rizla Drawings' blog began life as a place to exhibit a collection of my drawings - each 'Rizla Drawing' is made on a cigarette paper, folded, and placed in a used matchbox. Please look at some of the earlier posts to view the archive of Rizla Drawings. My blog has evolved into an ongoing reference point for the various art exhibitions and projects in which I am involved - a combination of information, documentation and reflection. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to post a comment on the blog. Another of my projects is walkwalkwalk. Have a look at Honesty Box to see my tissue drawings. There are more of my rizlas on the Sober Rizlas blog.
In 2010 I produced A Pamphlet of Extracts From 'Body', containing a selection of texts from my book Body, about the traces and manifestations of time, memory and loss. I used the pamphlet in my Digging Performance, when I performed a ritual of reading, digging and burying. You can see pictures of the pamphlet here.
In 2009 I produced Dust, a hand-stitched artists' book, in the form of a pamphlet. A second edition was published by Site Projects in 2010. Dust contains a sequence of my texts and drawings which refer to the 'bin scavengers', the Victorian dust heap and ideas of memorialisation and filth. Details of the 2nd edition here and the 1st edition here.