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Project Statement

by T. Shaw


The project was to experiment on-site with then new imaging technology, namely a Haloid Xerox machine. The artist documented his body and bits of detritus, textual and otherwise, in an image performance for the book stage.

Carbon Copy

A.D. Coleman

Agents

A.D. Coleman

type: initiating

role:
artist


Visual Studies Workshop

type: initiating

role:
unknown facilitator, publisher


Publication Information

dates:
conception: 6/25-29/1973
production: 6/25-29/1973
publication: 1973-00-00

Aesthetic Profile

movement:
unknown

subject:
photographs (LCSH)

themes: the Body, imaging technology [T. Shaw]

content form:
Pperformance document (local)

publication tradition:
artists' book (local)

inspiration: Experiments with early Haloid Xerox photo copiers [T. Shaw]

related works: The work of Sonia Sheridan, Joan Lyons early color copy work, see also John Coplans photographs [T. Shaw]

community: other Visual Studies Workshop, Joan Lyons, Keith Smith as well students of VSW were early experimenters with Xerox-produced imaging technologies with the influence and guidance of Sonia Sheridan [T. Shaw]

note: []

Related Documents

manuscript type: other

location: artist's archive

note: A.D. Coleman is a well known critic and essayist on photography.