About Access Mundane

A fresh transplant to Los Angeles in 2001, artist, Karlsen Clay began writing about his neighbors while mastering the technique of paper-cutting to capture their portraits. As momentum of this work grew, he titled the project Access Mundane and published its first subject, Al, in 2010. For five years, Clay continued interviewing his friends and neighbors as they shared their struggles and success, and reflected on their city’s inevitable changes. Now his second book focusing on the community of West Hollywood, Burning Coal Books proudly shares Access Mundane in its entirety—beautifully compiled in a climactic 248-page art book.

 

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