'Edit/Tide'  comprises of two continuous sequential courses or cycles. Read as 'Tide', the book covers a brief theory of tides and tide tables. Viewed as 'Edit', it is a more personal interpretation of the tidal influences, describing various, mythological and fictitious characteristics.

This was originally created for a solo exhibition in Malcesine by Laco Di Garda in Italy and has subsequently toured extensively through numerous international exhibitions, including ‘Arcadia id est’, curated by Sarah Bodman.

The two titles were also purchased and presented at ‘New; Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary British Art’ at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in 2002.

The Tide/Edit series are also represented in the University of Dundee's Centre for Artists Books CAB at