Prairie Modernist Noir 15 (2018 / 2020)

Prairie Modernist Noir 15 (2018 / 2020)

There was an adventure connected to this one and, believe me, the adventures are subtle.

This campground had signs galore. Where to go and what to do and what not to do. I didn’t bother with photos of what they said but if you look really closely you can see that there are quite a number of signs visible outside, and on the door to the office.

I decided or, let me say I imagined, that the reason there are two phone booths here is because the control freak who ran the resort did not like the friction if people had to form a line to make a phone call at a single booth. Two of ‘em might just ward off incivility.


Jeanne Randolph

2018 / 2020

from Prairie Modernist Noir: The Disappearance of the Manitoba Telephone Booth

archival inkjet print

edition of 2, #1

8 ½ x 11 inches


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