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Advanced Artists Books Poster 8.pdf
Myungah Hyon's Advanced Artists' Books class in the SAIC Printmedia Department presents their work from over the course of the semester.

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This satellite library focuses on dreams, dreaming, and dreamlike states. The selected works either directly reference dreams and similar states of consciousness, or have about them a gently uncanny or dreamlike quality.

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In this decidedly post-medium moment, we look back in this exhibition on the artist book qua book. Our selections play with the book as a medium, as material, and as a structure. This play is a serious contemplation of the page, of pagination,…

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French philosopher and playwright Alain Jugnon in conversation with Nathanaël. Hosted by Patrick Durgin. Join Alain Jugnon for a reading from and conversation about his book "a body, in spite: a slight philosophy for actors," with writer-translator…

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This exhibition presents three thematic threads from Oscar Arriola’s zine collection: 1) graffiti, 2) train monikers, and 3) the work of Edie Fake.  1) In the pre-internet days of the early 90's zines served as an underground conduit of information…

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Selections from Printmedia's "Adventures in Self Publishing" class taught by Conor Stechschulte, with teaching assistant Kera Ling. Work by: Riley Barnes, Jessica Birn, Irene Boyias, Caroline Cash, Lola Dement Myers, Paul Gallet, Alison Golcher, Eli…

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How to Breathe in Selected Tropics is a visual novella by Tammy Nguyen. The novella takes the form of books, pamphlets, and works on paper organized in four boxes. Each box is a chapter in the novella: Cyclops, Hog, Fan, and Banana. This project is…

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This satellite library explores the architecture of intimate landscapes, inspired by the contemplative spatial relations of traditional Chinese gardens. Artists' publications exploring topics of space,  landscape, the body, water, and food. 

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A notion: We have entered a new geological period - the Anthropocene - in which human activity is the dominating biogeochemical force on the planet. Through trash, radiation, dust, plastic and so many other means we’ve inscribed ourselves into that…

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This exhibition speaks to the ephemeral nature of the corporeal body, the nullity of selfhood under the paradigm of the image, the vacuity of an identity under duress, and its nodal, atomized, and specular character. A series of photographic…
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