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Notebooks I, II, III

Artist
George Brecht
Publisher
Walther Konig
Format
Artists' Books
Description

Notebooks created in 1958 & 1959, these books show Fluxus artist Brecht as intensely preoccupied with “all manners of ways of using chance in the visual arts.” Handwritten scrawl fills each page as Brecht conceives endless possibilities of probability. Note Book I includes a conversation between Brecht, Hermann Braun, Dieter Daniels and Kasper Konig. Each reprinted notebook has extensive footnotes to aid the reader in following Brecht’s ever unfolding thoughts.

  1. Notebooks I, II, III
 

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