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'Mel Bochner: Singer Notes' at Mfc-Michèle Didier, Paris

Author: Blouin Artinfo
Edition/Format: Downloadable article Downloadable article : English
Publication:BLOUIN ARTINFO, (2017-07-24T08:57:42.000Z)
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Mfc-Michèle Didier presents American artist Mel Bochner’s work “Singer Notes” in its gallery in Paris.It contains the first expressions of ideas that proved foundational to the hugely influential work that Bochner produced since the late 1960’s, and yet it has remained largely unrecognized."Singer Notes," mostly the by-products of these conversations, articulate several themes: how scientists translate their  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Blouin Artinfo
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 7088103508
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ACI Scholarly Blog Index ISSN: 2374-1406
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Mfc-Michèle Didier presents American artist Mel Bochner’s work “Singer Notes” in its gallery in Paris.It contains the first expressions of ideas that proved foundational to the hugely influential work that Bochner produced since the late 1960’s, and yet it has remained largely unrecognized."Singer Notes," mostly the by-products of these conversations, articulate several themes: how scientists translate their research into applications; how they design experiments; the nature of color as a form of energy; the fundamental differences between analogue and digital; how scientists (and by extension, all people) know what they know.

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