From left, Yuri Zupancic, Ben Ahlvers and Jeremy Rockwell unwrap artwork by William Burroughs on Friday at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Thick Pages #8 (front and back), by William S. Burroughs, ink, paint and xerographic sheets on handmade paper,
31 inches x 24 inches, 1990
"Entrance to the Place of the Green Deer," by William S. Burroughs, ink and spray paint on sketchbook paper, 14 inches x 11 inches, 1988
Untitled Triptych (three sheets of plywood), by William S. Burroughs, spray paint and shotgun blasts on plywood, 22 inches x 15 inches each, 1993
Andy Warhol, A Portrait in TV dots, we is all made of just waiting to be observed. Nothing exists until, or unless, it is observed, according to John Wheeler of Recognition Physics, by William S. Burroughs, spray paint on paper, 21.3 inches x 19.4 inches, 1992