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A modern forest / by Anne-Maree Hunter and Peter Lyssiotis
Bib ID 6258003
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Hunter, Anne-Maree, artist
 
Description [Melbourne] : Masterthief/Psyclonic Studios, 2010 
1 v. : colour illustrations ; 26 cm. 
Summary

This book explores the relationship between maps and the city, but takes the factual representation of streets into the realm of the imagination with narrative embellishments in the form of concrete poems and thoughts embeded in the maps. The book consists of screen-printed images of street directory style maps with added text printed in various places including in place of street names.

Notes

An artist's book using screen-printed illustrations from street directories.

Limited edition of 12 copies with 2 artists' proofs.

Includes, loosely inserted, 2 sheets of explanation.

Library's SR copy is no. 1 and signed by both artists.

Binding

Binding by Wayne Stock. Fully cloth bound in yellow buckram, with black lettering to spine and cover. Silkscreened black and gray endpapers. 

Subjects Southern Cross University.  |  Artists' books - Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Lyssiotis, Peter, artist  |  Stock, Wayne, binder  |  Masterthief  |  Psyclonic Studios

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