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Sens(e) : McFutile / F'nL
Bib ID 3991047
Format BookBook
Author
Osowski, Francis
 
Description Kensington, Vic. : F'nL (Francis and Leonie) Osowski, [2007] 
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 12 cm. 
ISBN 1920811370
Series

Postmodern queer.

Summary

"The Sense (e) series constitute a photographic study of Heidegger, Condillac and Descartes' Cogito ergo sum - I think therefore I am. McFutile studies humans in the urban environment." -- Information supplied by author.

Notes

At head of title: PMQ.

Limited ed.

Cover title.

Collaged; hand bound in carpet.

Includes bibliographical references.

Form/genre Artists' books.
Other authors/contributors Joy, Leonie
Also Titled

Sense

McFutile

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