David Schulz

Non-identifying Social Genetic Report


b/w offset printed book, 28 pages, black and white photos throughout
8.5 in. x 8.5 in.
Edition of 300, first 100 are signed

Based on a non-identifying social genetic report the author received of his birthparents, the book’s narrative takes the form of a search which engages photographs, words, and ephemera as a surrogate identity to the “non-identifying” information found in the report. 1999, hammer productions, brooklyn,ny,

Non-identifying Social Genetic Report

David Schulz is an artist, designer, and teacher living and working in Brooklyn, NY. His Photo-Bookworks are collected and exhibited by various galleries and institutions including the Front Room, the Museum of Modern Art, the Walker Art Center, and the Getty.