Shop > Artists' Books

#08914

Andrew Dadson: Visible Heavens from 1850 - 2008

Artist
Andrew Dadson
Price
$35.00
Date
2008
Publisher
JRP / Ringier Kunstverlag
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Hardcover
ISBN
978-0-921356-29-5
Size
18.8 × 28.4 cm
Length
Description

Visible Heavens from 1850 – 2008 is an artist book based on a found star map from 1850. The “original” map was photocopied and each subsequent copy was then re-photocopied. The artist likens the slow degradation of the image to the cultural shift within our interpretation of the stars (constellation charts were called maps of the heavens but after 1975 they became known as maps of the sky) and each photocopy represents a year in the decline from “heaven” to “earth”. From start to finish the map changes from an “accurate” vision of the stars above to an abstracted blackness depicting the new “heaven” in the year 2008.

ISBN: 978-3-905829-68-6

  1. Andrew Dadson: Visible Heavens from 1850 - 2008
 

Related Items

  1. Andrew Zealley: This Is Not Art Therapy, This Is Group Work
  2. Andrew J Paterson: Andrew James Paterson: Collection/Correction
  3. Andrew Zealley: The Earth of the Clinic, A PSBEUYS workbook
  4. Andrew J Paterson: Grammar and Not-Grammar: Selected Scripts and Essays by Gary Kibbins
  5. Andrew Zealley: The Quick and the Dead
  6. Andrew Sutherland and Peter Sutherland: Trash Talk
  7. Daniel Cockburn: Visible Vocals
  8. Shaan Syed: The Andrew Project: 1000 And Something Portraits in Toronto Berlin and London, 2010-2013
  9. Andrew Dodds: Lost in Space
  10. Andrew Zealley: FAGGOTS: a PSBEUYS workbook
  11. Andrew Zealley: Disco Hospital: Practitioners Manual
  12. Celine Duval: Le Marabout Douchynois
  13. Notes from the Foundry
  14. Andrew Zealley: MFAIDS
  15. Affidavit by Jamie Hilder
  16. Finnegan Bell: Dear Andrew: An Unsent Letter
  17. Andrew McLaren: The Atlas of Nowhere
  18. Andrew Harwood: Glitter Plotnikoffs - blue
  19. Daan van Golden: Made in Tokyo
  20. Andrew McLaren: DCLXVI [printed crossed out], a second treatise on the Number of the Beast (666)
  21. Sam Falls: Visible Libraries
  22. Homogenius Collective: Homogenius 3
  23. Jordi Mitjà: Anatomia Diògenes
  24. Joseph Beuys in Rotterdam 1980/2008
  25. Igor Zabel: Contemporary Art Theory
  26. Paul McCarthy: Rebel Dabble Babble
  27. Ron Terada: Cockatoo Island
  28. David Robilliard: The Yes No Quality of Dreams
  29. Aaron Flint Jamison: Veneer 09
  30. Jon Beacham: The Brother in Elysium - Artwork and Publications 2008-2013
  31. Anne-Sylvie Henchoz: Conversations entre masses
  32. Mark Laliberte: Angry Black Bang
  33. Meredith Snider: One Butternut Squash, Chopped
  34. BARTHOLOMEW, exhibition catalogue
  35. Pak Sheung Chuen: One Day, Appendix:All Day(s) All Night(s)--Hu Fang In Conversation With Pak Sheung Chuen
  36. Michael Lee: Artzine 2008 Spring Vol. 002: Eniminiminimos: Artists Who Make Things