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Gravity of light

Author: Doug StarnMike StarnJames CrumpJan ÅmanFärgfabriken.All authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Skira Rizzoli, ©2012.
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Defying categorisation, Doug and Mike Starn combine traditionally separate disciplines such as science, sculpture, photography, painting, video, and installation. This book focuses on the breadth of the Starns' photographic work, including their current exploration of light as a requisite for photography and vision and as a symbol of enlightenment.
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Named Person: Mike Starn; Doug Starn; Doug Starn; Mike Starn; Mike Starn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Doug Starn; Mike Starn; James Crump; Jan Åman; Färgfabriken.; Wood Street Galleries.; Cincinnati Art Museum.
ISBN: 9780847838974 0847838978
OCLC Number: 783166403
Notes: Catalog to accompany an exhibition held at: Fargfabriken, Wood Street Gallery and the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Description: 144 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 x 27 cm
Contents: Deeds & suffering of light & darkness / by James Crump --
Absorption of light --
Installations. Färgfabriken Kunstalle, Stockholm, Sweden ; Leonardo's St. John or this is my middle finger / by Mike + Doug Starn ; Wood Street Galleries/The Pipe Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania --
Absorption of light --
Fighting fire with fire / by Jan Åman --
Image index.
Other Titles: Doug + Mike Starn, gravity of light
Doug and Mike Starn, gravity of light
Responsibility: Doug + Mike Starn ; edited by James Crump ; with an essay by Jan Åman.

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This book is targeted at new and old fans of Doug and Mike Starn's varied art career. But what distinguishes it is that it showcases the brothers' photographic work, culminating in the highly  Read more...

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"This is a very dark, creepy, and beautiful book about light....which itself is an illuminating work of art" "THE Magazine"

 
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