Exploited subjects : space sciences, mathematics, industrial designs ... stock market, sociology, politic, 1969 (Book, 1970) [WorldCat.org]
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Exploited subjects : space sciences, mathematics, industrial designs ... stock market, sociology, politic, 1969

Author: Bernar Venet; Shunk Kender
Publisher: New York : [Multiples Inc.], [1970]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Art and science are merged in Venet's work: drawings are constructed with mathematical formulae and performances are conducted by the artist in collaboration with nuclear and solar physicists. The book is a series of photographs from performances punched and bound on notebook rings with pull out diagrams on graph paper." -- Description taken from Printedmatter.org.
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Named Person: Bernar Venet
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernar Venet; Shunk Kender
OCLC Number: 29446735
Notes: Caption title.
Photographs on cardboard.
Description: 16 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
Responsibility: Bernar Venet ; [photographs by Shunk Kender].

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"Art and science are merged in Venet's work: drawings are constructed with mathematical formulae and performances are conducted by the artist in collaboration with nuclear and solar physicists. The book is a series of photographs from performances punched and bound on notebook rings with pull out diagrams on graph paper." -- Description taken from Printedmatter.org.

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