SHERBANU, (UV) 2018; carbon 1970s Bengali émigré photography, turtle shell espalier, grass tufts and faceted glass tile drawings on paper, mounted onto canvas — approximately 48 × 60 × 2″, mural installation design variable.
Original 1970s Bangladesh émigré photography and collaborative concept by Sean Maung. Drawings, image assemblage on canvas, book design and production by Linda Zeb Hang / WAY WZA.
16pp, full color/1 color blueprint printing, saddle stitched
13.589 × 21.209cm, 5.35 × 8.35″
Published & distributed by FIST
Textured collages flood every page in Sherbanu, a collaborative effort between Linda Zeb Hang and Sean Maung. Photocopied imagery is blown up to serve as red backdrops, with black-and-white figures cropping up in tufts of grass. As a result, Sherbanu provides a salient example of mixed-media collage, and a visually arresting zine that tests the limits of reprographics.
— Printed Matter NYC