Location piece #2 : New York City, Seattle, Washington (Book, 1970) [WorldCat.org]
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Location piece #2 : New York City, Seattle, Washington

Author: Douglas Huebler
Publisher: New York : Multiples, Inc., ©1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Artists' books (books)
Pictorial works
Named Person: Douglas Huebler; Douglas Huebler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Huebler
OCLC Number: 3780261
Notes: "In New York and Seattle an area was arbitrarily selected within which a person in each city photographed places that he, or she, felt could be characterized as being (1) "frightening" (2) "erotic" (3) "transcendent" (4) "passive" (5) "fevered" and (6) "muffled". Within each area each person made two entirely different sets of six photographs after which all four sets were sent to a third person (the artist) with no information that would make it possible to key any one of the photographs with any of the words originally specified. The four sets (24 photographs) were then scrambled altogether and 12 of these arbitrarily selected for this piece; to those were added 4 photographs that had no been made to characterize any kind of place. 16 photographs, a Xerox map of New York and another of Seattle join with this statement to constitute the form of this piece. July, 1969"--Envelope.
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Description: 1 envelope (19 leaves) : illustrations ; 20 cm
Other Titles: Location piece no. 2 :
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Responsibility: Douglas Huebler.


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