Wednesday, July 25, 2012

attention as place/temporary library

My contribution to ROLU's residency at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. 14 books---a temporary library:
1. Floral Art of Japan--Tourist Library: 1 by Issotei Nishikawa, Japan Travel Bureau, 1936, 1949
2. Making Simple Constructions by Hansi Bohm, Studio Vista, 1971
3. The Art of Paper Tearing by Eric Hawkesworth, Faber and Faber, 1970, 1973
4. Whittling and Woodcarving by E.J.Tangerman, Dover Publications, 1936, 1962
5. Weathered Wood with Flowers by Mary G. Knight, William Morrow and Co., 1968
6. Creative Wood Design by Ernst Rottger, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1960
7. Building an Igloo by Ulli Steltzer, Groundwood/Douglas and McIntyre, 1981, 1990
8. Architecture: A book of projects for young adults by Forrest Wilson,Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1968
9. Sculpture in Wood by Ferelyth & Bill Wills, Douglas, David, & Charles, 1975
10. Meaning in Crafts by Edward L. Mattil, Prentice Hall Inc., 1959
11. Fun with Figures by Mae and Ira Freeman, Random House, 1946
12. Paper: Folded, Cut, Sculpted by Florence Temko, MacMillan Publishing, 1974
13. Sculpture in Stone by Paul Cummings, self published, 1989
14. The Further Adventures of Cardboard Carpentry by George Cope & Phylis Morrison, Workshop for Learning Things, 1973

I feel really honoured to be in a small way part of ROLU's residency. Thanks to Matt for the invitation. Please follow the action here and also here.

1 comment:

Ben said...

this is great! would love to leaf through these books.