White Noise [Marmalade]

Author(s): BURGOYNE, Greig & EMANUELE, Rossella
ISBN13/Barcode: 9780993337314
A re-reappraisal of contemporary drawing by artists Greig Burgoyne and Rossella Emanuele.

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The Term ‘becoming’ is a philosopher’s word, bringing with it a Heraclitian pedigree. Oft used it outlines, in simple terms, the idea of ongoing change. Within the context of Greig Burgoyne and Rossella Emanuele drawing work the term is apt, for it refers to the playful open-endedness of their work. An indication whose origin spring from the implicit understanding that drawing is produced by a point that moves. White Noise therefore documents a moment in time when two artists met in an empty gallery space in London to ask and perform the question ‘what is drawing?’ White Noise includes an essay by the drawing theorist Joe Graham. Printed with fold out dust jacket, incorporating French folds and overprinting White Noise is designed in collaboration with CHK Design studio, London. Limited edition Artist' Book of 250 copies.

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ISBN13/Barcode 9780993337314
ISBN10 0993337317
Author BURGOYNE, Greig & EMANUELE, Rossella
Binding Paperback
Date Published 19 Jul 2004
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 64
Publisher Marmalade Publishers of Visual Theory

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excellent work, innovative design and immersive a an experience Review by pascal
This is an immersive and highly engaging book , full of intrigue that combines the absurd and the through provoking of both theory and practice as it pertains to drawing. The design of the book is awesome in its beauty and focus , that undoubtedly extends the ideas and direction of the work of these two fascinating artists seeking to testand extend contemporary drawing.! (Posted on 28/06/2017)

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