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#06318

Film as a Form of Writing

Artist
Quinn Latimer
Price
$26.00
Publisher
Motto
Format
Artists' Books
Size
17 × 22 × 0.5 cm
Length
72 
Genre
Criticism, Literary
Description

Artist book, softcover, perfect bound, die-cut colour dust jacket, b/w illustrations, English, French, and Dutch text.

Film as a Form of Writing is published and distributed by Motto Books in collaboration with WIELS. The trilingual book, designed by Joris Kritis, centres around a recent in-depth interview conducted by critic Quinn Latimer with Akram Zaatari. Akram Zaatari: ‘It is a film, a thought that took the form of an artwork. As with most of my work, it is made for time; it is both a testimony of where I come from and a mark I care to leave for the future—again as thought, not as data or records. Let’s call it alternative writing that uses the form of letters.’

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