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Re: Copiers



Eric:

check out these sites for copier -related artwork:

http://fox.nstn.ca/~image/A_Jackson.html

http://www.unm.edu/~arcilla/jmar_bookworks.html

jennifer




>There is a photocopier art society.  Their info is:
>
>International Society of Copier Artists
>Louise Neaderland
>759 President Street #2H
>Brooklyn NY 11215
>(718) 638-3264
>isca4art@aol.com
>
>I am not a member, although I have thought about joining since
>I do use the photocopier in some of my "less-book-related"
>projects.  I would also be interested to know if there are
>other sources about copier art out there and to learn of some
>of the interesting ways people might be using this most useful
>of machines.
>
>Eric
>
>
>+=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=+
>        Eric Alstrom     Athens, Ohio     ealstrom1@ohiou.edu
>+=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=+
>By all means leave the road when you wish.  That is precisely the use
>of a road:  to reach individually chosen points of departure.  By all
>means break the rules,  and break them beautifully,  deliberately and
>well. That is one of the ends for which they exist.
>                     R. Bringhurst: The Elements of Typographic Style


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