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Inside outside / Peter Lyssiotis
Bib ID 6258040
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Lyssiotis, Peter, artist
 
Description [Melbourne] : Masterthief, 2012 
1 volume : illustrations (some colour) ; 21 cm 
Summary

A small booklet of images and text produced in conjunction with a group exhibition at the Villa Alba Museum in Kew, Melbourne, from 25-27 May 2012. The artist, inspired by the people and things that he imagines have passed through the house (and its current emptiness and absence), creates a narrative that suggests one of its parallel lives within the space, like a film with a single theme, but with different projectors simultaneously projecting shadowy images and voices.

Notes

Cover title.

Limited edition of 7 copies.

"Inside outside was made by Peter Lyssiotis in 2012 in conjunction with Narrative Space, Reverie at Villa Alba #2. It is printed on Beckett Concept paper and set in Didot 12pt by Marius Foley."—Colophon.

Library's SR copy is numbered AP 1, signed by artist, and is accompanied by a postcard invitation for the exhibition.

Binding

Single gathering of six sheets in stiff card covers, machine stitched with red thread, with approximately 20cm left trailing at both head and tail. 

Subjects Villa Alba (Vic.).  |  Artists' books - Australia.  |  Historic buildings - Victoria - Kew.  |  Imaginary places.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Masterthief  |  Narrative Space, Reverie at Villa Alba
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