In his film ‘k. 364’, Douglas Gordon accompanies two Israeli musicians (Avri Levitan and Roi Shiloah) as they make a train journey from Berlin to Warsaw to perform Mozart’s ‘Sinfonia Concertante k. 364’. For the Gagosian Gallery exhibition of the same name, Gordon re-edited the film into non-linear sequences for simultaneous multiple-screen projection.
Reflecting the installation, the exhibition catalogue had no identifiable beginning or end. Without a titled cover, the wire spiral binding allows any of the unpaginated leaves to be
folded back to create a cover that signifies a beginning.