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|Named Person:||Heather Weston; Heather Weston|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Heather Weston; Bookery (London, England),
An artists' book produced in an open edition of signed and numbered copies by Heather Weston.
The book uses heat-sensitive ink that relies on the reader's inevitable contact with the page. At first sight the book contains a text that is reversed out of the red ink background but as the reader handles the book and their warmth comes through the page, a more private and intimate text is revealed between the lines (this book will not work with the cold reader). The reader literally has to feel their way around the text and embrace the book in order for the book to reveal its secrets ... Inkjet, silkscreen thermochromic ink. Cloth-bound"--Publisher's website, viewed on November 4, 2015.
"Note: avoid high temperatures"--Cover page 3.
Title is debossed on the front cover.
UW Libraries has copy number 91.
|Description:||1 volume (unpaged) ; 13 cm|
|Other Titles:||Read past tense