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Learning absences, 1986 / Caren Florance
Bib ID 6104017
Format BookBook
Author
Florance, Caren, 1967-
 
Description [Canberra, A.C.T. : Ampersand Duck, 2010] 
1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 12 x 16 cm. 
Notes

Edition limited to 12 copies.

Poem by Rosemary Dobson, from her Collected poems (Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1991)

Monoprint images on Kozo Light paper. Letterpress handset in 10pt Sabon. Handbound in black cloth.

Book design and production by Ampersand Duck as a participant in Book Art Object 2009-10.

N copy no. 10/12, signed by author(?)

Subjects Artists' books -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.  |  Artists' books -- Australia.  |  Poetry in art.  |  Australia
Other authors/contributors Dobson, Rosemary, 1920-2012  |  Ampersand Duck
Exhibited Exhibited: Southern Cross University, Acquisitive Artists Book Award, 2011  Exhibited: "Hand set : letterpress broadsides from Ampersand Duck", 2 August - 10 September 2012. 

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