A cross-reference book of information on aesthetic boundaries, consisting of a bibliography into which inserted text, critical essays, art works, and documents, are arranged chronologically and focused on a selection of so-called 'greatest hits' and conceptual poetics. It contains mentions of such vaguely designated areas as appropriation, post naive, unboring boring, détournement, object perdu, and erasure poetry — or writing through — as they currently occur (with occasional political overtones) in the work of Michalis Pichler. This book is the first monograph focused on the practice of artist/author Michalis Pichler. Featuring eleven critical essays, an extensively illustrated catalogue, a conversation with John Stezaker, and selected writings by the artist, the book delivers a solid introduction into conceptual poetics. Thanks to Spector Books (Leipzig) & Printed Matter (New York).
240 pages, 29 x 21 cm, softcover, Spector Books (Leipzig) & Printed Matter (New York).