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The Invention and Conclusion of the Eye: Toril Johannessen

Price
$5.00
Date
2018
Publisher
Fillip
Format
Monographs
Size
14 × 21 cm
Length
36 pp
Genre
Booklet
Description

Manuscript for an audio play performed at Stages: Drawing the Curtain, curated by Jenifer Papararo, Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, 2017.

“The Invention and Conclusion of the Eye” presents a possible future of human vision told through a narrative conversation between a sole protagonist and a computer. Interwoven with contemporary and historical diagrams plotting various aspects of sight, Johannessen’s work depicts vision as a historical construct evolving alongside technology.

Softcover, saddle-stitch, b/w

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