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The Wish Machine Travels, 1995-2009

Chrysanne Stathacos
Artists' Books
14 × 21.6 cm

This book consists of over 60 color photographs charting Chrysanne Stathacos’s artistic practice that, over the course of the past 14 years, has conflated spiritual and aesthetic concerns in interactive performances and installations from New Delhi to Toronto. Images of her Rose Mandalas, Wishing Trees, and Wish Machines are interspersed with photographs documenting other memorials and ritual sites where people have engaged in prayerful meditation.

With written contributions from Peter Nagy, Christopher Isherwood, AA Bronson, Jennifer Fisher, Jim Drobnick, Marcus Boon, Heike Strelow, and Amy Lipton.

  1. The Wish Machine Travels, 1995-2009

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