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Unshelfmarked : reconceiving the artists' book

Author: Michael Hampton
Publisher: Devon : Uniformbooks, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 'Unshelfmarked': Reconceiving the artists' book, Michael Hampton vets the medium's history, postulating a new timeline that challenges the orthodox view of the artists' book as a form largely peculiar to the twentieth century. "Post-Deweyed, these works form an entirely new corpus, showcasing the artists' book not as a by-product of the book per se, but both its antecedent and post-digital flowering, many salient  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Hampton
ISBN: 9781910010068 1910010065
OCLC Number: 928609800
Description: 174 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Other Titles: Reconceiving the artists' book
Responsibility: Michael Hampton.

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In 'Unshelfmarked': Reconceiving the artists' book, Michael Hampton vets the medium's history, postulating a new timeline that challenges the orthodox view of the artists' book as a form largely peculiar to the twentieth century. "Post-Deweyed, these works form an entirely new corpus, showcasing the artists' book not as a by-product of the book per se, but both its antecedent and post-digital flowering, many salient twentieth-century features proleptically flickering here and there through time, its epigenetic influence finally come to permeate mainstream book design everywhere; the manifold traits and studio processes inherent to the artists' book bursting from their stitched sheath, cheerfully pollinating the whole gamut of reading impedimenta and spaces." The book features fifty examples from the iconic to the obscure--accenting the codex's molecular structure rather than its customary role as a vehicle for text--a critical exposé of multiple types, plus an extensive select bibliography.

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