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Occasional Performances and Wayward Writings

Stephen Wetzel
Green Gallery Press
Artists' Books
12.5 × 17.5 cm
56 pages

Emails, speeches, performances, lectures and essays by artist and university lecturer Stephen Wetzel. Building and resolving, Wetzel offers an urgent and generous exegesis on topics ranging from aesthetics to friendship. A re-collecting of thoughts and experience, a naming of bullshit.

  1. Occasional Performances and Wayward Writings

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