Preface: Shocked by the number of gun shots audible from my home in Troyville, I began recording their frequency in July 2001. By the end of September I found myself aggrieved if a fusillade had not cut the night. It seemed a good time to stop making notes. Judith Mason 2001-2011.
Corrugated boards enclosing an illustration of a corrugated wall with differing gun shots piercing the wall. Pages are bound into the covers of corrugated iron with three leather thongs. The two covers are joined with rusted , twisted wire. Recorded on the back of each page is the time and date of the gun shots. A pair of cotton gloves is included, one with yellow trim and the other with black trim both bearing the title: Troyville.
Colophon: 'The materials used - rawhide, corrugated iron, rusted wire, oiled paper, packaging tape, fluted cardboard. The image is from a photograph of a backyard building in Appolonia St. Troyville.