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Dog eat dog / Peter Lyssiotis and Theo Strasser
Bib ID 6262581
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Lyssiotis, Peter, artist
 
Description [Melbourne] : Masterthief : Anajah Press, 2011 
38 unnumbered pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 21 cm 
Summary

An artists' book which pits photomontages of images and slogans of war, weapons, violence, and corporate competition against innocent victims (greeting cards for newborn babies, a row of toddlers, and a newspaper clipping relating the story of how, for eight days, the charred body of a fifteen-month old Palestinian girl was left to be eaten by dogs as soldiers from one of the world’s most powerful armies marched by). Paint is superimposed on some of the images.

Subjects Artists' books - Australia.  |  Children and war - Pictorial works.  |  Violence - Pictorial works.  |  Australian
Form/genre Zines.
Other authors/contributors Strasser, Theo, artist  |  Masterthief  |  Anajah Press

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