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Hand of the Spirit

Date
1994
Format
Artists' Books
Size
17 × 22 × 0.8 cm
Length
47 pp
Genre
Art History, Out of Print & Rare
Description

This book is a sample of documents, correspondence, and ephemera covering twenty-five years of collagborative research into the nature of art and life and the subsequent networking that these activities involve. 1969-1974 was the period of greatest activity and excitement.

During this time the groundwork for an independent artist network was established, the interpretation of which would be developed by the agenda and priorities of the individual artists participating in it. Morris and Trasov’s contribution was the Morris/Trasov Archive and the development of the themes and projects it contains.

  1. Hand of the Spirit cover
 

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