Ginger Burrell, “Twentysix Charging Stations”

Coptic bound book presented in a custom box. The cover of the box is wired with EL wire (aka Cool Neon) which glows when attached to the inverter. The deluxe edition also includes rechargeable batteries and a battery charger.

Cover view of the Coptic bound book.

First page of the book. Style alluding to the modern update of Ed Ruscha’s TWENTYSIX GASOLINE STATIONS.

Page view, electric charging stations at Midland Library, Portland Oregon.

Page view, bank of charging stations at Apple Computer, Cupertino, California.


Ginger Burrell (Morgan Hill, CA)

Twentysix Charging Stations
Photography, Coptic Stitch Binding, EL Wire in a custom box
Edition of 31
54 pages
9 x 12 x 2 inches

Twentysix Charging Stations is a contemporary response to Ed Ruscha’s seminal artist book Twentysix Gasoline Stations.

Twentysix Charging Stations features photographs of electric car charging stations taken from the rural areas of Portland, Oregon, to the Central Valley of California, to the tech hubs in Silicon Valley.

From underground parking garages at hospitals to suburban libraries, from shopping malls to truck stops, electric charging stations are both interesting and mundane; democratic and elitist.