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Fw: Re: your message
- Subject: Fw: Re: your message
- From: "Peter Verheyen" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 29 Jun 1994 12:20:29 -0400
- Message-Id: <"bggfa.f.M23.L8T4l"@sul2>
Wed, 29 Jun 1994 13:12:09 -0400
To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter D Verheyen)
Subject: Re: your message
>Question to all practitioners and technicians out there.
>IF, I were able to find a WWW server interested, how many out there would be
>willing to submit entries for a (at this point) hypothetical book arts
>including printing, papermaking... exhibition which would only exist here on
>the net. As far as I'm informed now, it would require lots og .gif images
>from all of you, and then someone to put together a hypertext "catalog" .
>The images would come up when certain catalog entries are "clicked".
>The .gif images can, as far as I've been told be scanned from slides, prints,
> or digital images. Maybe there cold be a theme for this as well
>I would like to here from others on this. It is something which could work,
>and which might be fun.
>ps. I'm planning on taking a class in communication/graphic design/computers
>in the fall, and this might turn out to be the project. We have to produce a
>"book" for our grade. Book is used very loosly here...
I thought you might be interested to know that USC (Southern California) we
are in the process of creating a WWW exhibit using the scanned images and
text from a recent exhibit at the library titled "Imaging Books as Art."
The exhibit focused on recent artists' books and I think the WWW experiment
should prove interesting. I am not responsible for either the previous or
exhibit or the WWW project but would be happy to keep you posted on the
Department of Special Collections
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, Ca 90089-0182