by The Minutes
Every once in a while we’ve all let something on our mind take form on something on hand: an impulsive scribble, such as a cavity on the beatific smile of a magazine’s cover girl, or perhaps a few lapidary annotations or a risky sketch on an album sleeve…
Discographisme recreatif is both a documentary and collectional work begun in 1996. It’s composed of different iconographic montages made from record sleeves and CD jackets.
The distinctive feature: these covers, be they 45s, 33s, or CDs, mostly found at flea markets, have all been redone or modified by anonymous indivuals using the original covers as a guideline and as a source of inspiration. [Sic]