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Negative Space: Orbiting Inner and Outer Experience

Editor
Antonia Hirsch
Price
$15.00
Date
2015
Publisher
SFU Galleries
Format
Anthologies
ISBN
9780986858147
Size
7.8 × 5 cm
Length
208 pp
Genre
Anthology, Criticism, Available for Wholesale
Description

Negative Space: Orbiting Inner and Outer Experience is the second in SFU Galleries Critical Reader Series. Edited by artist Antonia Hirsch, the book includes contributions, interviews and reproduced texts by Theodor Adorno, Lorna Brown, Daniel Colucciello Barber, Elena Filipovic, François Laruelle, Olaf Nicolai, Lisa Robertson, Ana Teixeira Pinto and Wolfgang Winkler.

Negative Space: Orbiting Inner and Outer Experience operates between an artist book and a topical anthology on speculation. Catalyzed by Hirsch’s exhibition also entitled Negative Space, which was held at SFU Gallery September 6-December 13, 2014, the publication is edited and introduced by Hirsch and contains seven conversations and two reprinted texts. Contributors range from artists to writers, theorists, psychoanalysts and anthropologists.

Editor/Curator: Melanie O’Brian
Coordinator: Mandy Ginson
Copy Editor: Bryne McLaughlin
Design: Derek Barnett and Victoria Lum, Information Office
Printing: Die Keure, Brugge, Belgium

Softcover, perfect-bound, b/w.

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