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On Symptoms of Cultural Industry

Price
$5.00
Date
2011
Publisher
Bureau for Open Culture
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
12 × 21 cm
Length
32 
Description

This book investigates the role of artistic and cultural production in relation to the economic and social life of North Adams, Massachusetts. Its texts include original research interviews with employees of Sprague Electric—the manufacturer that originally occupied the massive industrial complex that is today MASS MoCA—and an essay about the weight of history on re-purposing abandoned and industrial urban spaces.

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