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Word and Image Equations: a Summer Workshop in the Graphic Design Department, Rhode Island School of Design

Tom Ockerse Editions
Artists' Books
14 × 29.6 × 0.4 cm
45 pages

Perfect bound, black and white illustrations, English text, fold-outs.

The workshop from June 25 – August 1, 1975 investigated the physical presence of abstract marks, word and image equation, single word and image combination in various media, and studied the matching of graphic markings with physical gesture.

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