“Who stole my peanut?”
where’s my fucking peanut is now available! Triple Canopy is pleased to announce the publication of a new limited edition by Rachel Harrison, where’s my fucking peanut, 50 editions of twenty-six 3-1/2 × 6 inch inkjet-printed cards and 32 wooden clothespins housed in a letter-pressed wooden case signed by Harrison. Each card wonders in an increasingly anxious about a peanut allegedly stolen from an installation by the artist in a Williamsburg, circa 1993.
The work will also be exhibited at Triple Canopy’s booth at Frieze New York, May 4–7 (booth A13). Also on view will be a newly-commissioned two-channel video by Boru O’Brien O’Connell; a sculptural artifact from a performance by David Horvitz; and modular seats and book displays by Gareth Long, and recent TC publications, including Invalid Format, an offset edition of The Binder and the Server, and the broadsheet Miscellaneous Uncatalogued Material.