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Sebastian Black's recent Puppy Paintings are reproduced in this book alongside the artist’s writings which double as the works titles. In Black's “system" the features of a cartoon puppy face regulate his pictorial and textual output. Through a network of puns, homonyms, calques and cognates these works seek to level writing and painting, thought and action, creation and administration. An essay by Aaron Bogart sorts the implications of Black's loopy analogies.