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#15965

100 Loglines

Artists
Fortner Anderson and Fabrizio Gilardino
Designer
Ellie de Lacy
Price
$85.00
Date
2024
Publisher
Wayward Cerebrations press
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-2-9812857-6-8
Size
2.2 × 2.8 × 0.8 cm
Length
112 pp
Genre
Canadian, Film/Video, Creative Writing
Description

The book contains 100 loglines. A logline is a one sentence encapsulation of the plot of a feature film. Each of the 100 original loglines in the book is for a different genre of film. These range from body horror to agitprop to romantic comedy with 97 more.

The book published as a 1:12 scale dollhouse book. It’s finished size is 2.75 × 2.2 × 0.75 cm.

The books have been handmade by the English producer of miniature books, Ellie de Lacy (www.elliedelacy.com). They are printed on 50 gsm Clairefontaine paper, and every book is leather bound with its own unique blind and gold stamping.

50 numbered and signed copies are available in this edition.

Artist and poet, Fortner Anderson is noted for the performance of his poems, his unique artist books and installations, and his formalist and experimental work to renew and expand poetic forms. His publications of poetry include reiterations (2022), an e-book whose content of 24 sonnets change with each reading, Considerations (2021) a formalist text in the form of a silver-age comic book, Points of Departure (2017) a book of poems encased in bronze, and annunciations (2012), a poetic re-interpretation of the final minutes of the space shuttle Columbia disaster.

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