No Cash Value 24th Nov 2012

No Cash Value is an exhibition of and about cultural and fiscal Exchange that places the collective work of one American designer and two British designers inside of one Dutch project space. Colophon Foundry (Anthony Sheret & Edd Harrington, UK, and Benjamin Critton, US) will show works created specifically for this geography and exchange-scenario. Hosted by the Amsterdam-based Oz gallery, No Cash Value looks to the Dollar ($), Euro (€), and Pound (£) as placeholders for, and abstract representations of, the United States, Netherlands, and United Kingdom.

Two typefaces—Value Sans and Value Serif—have been drawn for the occasion and will be available to the public starting on the evening of the show's opening. Additional works will include objects as well as editioned prints and publications. A catalogue for the show will also be produced. Works will be for sale from $/€/£1.

No Cash Value opens to all on 14 December 2012, 16.00–24.00.
The show runs through 27 January 2013, by appointment.
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