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Esopus 8

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ISBN 10: 0976164159 / ISBN 13: 9780976164159
Published by Esopus Foundation LTD, 2007
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Esopus 8

Publisher: Esopus Foundation LTD

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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<i>Esopus 8</i> features artists' projects by Dawn Clements (an 11.5 x 39-inch fold-out), Neil Goldberg (a full-color 16-page portfolio) and Allen Ruppersberg (10 removable panels related to a brand-new body of work). Other contents include a contribution from Philadelphia's Headlong Dance Theater, which relates the process behind the company's highly regarded <i>Cell</i> piece from 2006; facsimile reproductions of 1960s letters from the artist James Lee Byars to MoMA curator Dorothy Miller (the second installment of the <i>Modern Artifacts</i> series, presented in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art Archives); two more &quot;Guarded Opinions&quot; from guards at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles--this time offering commentary on paintings by Degas and Gustave Moreau; an anonymous confessional piece about the life of a &quot;decor artist&quot;; a selection of never-before-published map sketches by Michigan artist Neil Greenberg; Angus Trumble's &quot;2001 in Retrospect&quot;; and a found object contributed by Stephen Weyl. For this issue's themed CD, musicians were asked to scour their email junk folders for a piece of spam that would serve as inspiration for a song. Participants include Final Fantasy (Owen Pallett), Frida Hyvonen, Dylan in the Movies, the Submarines and Greg Tate's Garage Band.

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