AC : Bruce Nauman : Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage)
Nauman & Cage
Buchhandlung Walter Konig
ISBN: 9783883756851
$17.96 (Member Price)

44 pages
May 2003

Nauman presents seven large-scale projections of his New Mexico studio interior. Forty-two hours of tape were shot over 42 nights using infra-red lenses, and reveal the basic preconditions for his artistic production: his empty studio. Essay by Christine Litz.~Foreword by Kasper König.
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