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F.R.DAVID 'With Love'

De Appel
Artists' Books
12 × 19.1 × 1.5 cm

The seventh issue considers the compression of letter-writing as cybernetic translation – vs. redundant delivery of intention – from one form to another, ‘With Love. ‘

F.R.DAVID is a journal concerned with reading and writing in the arts. It has been published by de Appel, Amsterdam, since 2006 and is edited by Will Holder.

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