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Production Narrative

by B. Chaplin

Because of the innovative nature of the book, it was decided with consultation with the VSW staff to use an equally innovative production process. It was decided the book would utilize a then relatively new ‘on-demand’ print process. The text and images were laid out on a Macintosh computer using the software program Quark Xpress®. The files, including the complete layout instructions were transferred to a Zip disk, then printed and collated on a sophisticated Xerox printer employing a computer interface. [Xerox Docutech].

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Mill River - River Mill

Agents

Bob Chaplin

type: initiating

role:
artist
author
photographer

dates:
birth: single 1947


Visual Studies Workshop Press

type: initiating

role:
publisher


Publication Information

edition type: editioned

dates:
publication: 1997-00-00

Measurements

vertical: 10 inches closed

horizontal: 7.75 inches closed

Production Information

production means:
xerographic (local)

binding: smyth sewing (AAT)

substrate:
bookBlock: paper

media:
unknown Xerox toner

Appearance

format: codex (AAT)

cover: board

color: no

enclosures:
item:

Content

pagination: unpaginated 60 pages

numbered?: unnumbered

signed?: unsigned

Colophon

Printed digitally on a Xerox Docutech copier, onto 80 lb. Mohawk Superfine by Mercury Print Productions Inc., Rochester. Bound by Olde Ridge Bookbindery, Rochester. This book was produced during a residnecy at Visual Studies Workshop as a part of "Landscape/Land Use", a Collaborative Arts Project that has been developed to position the arts as as catalyst in an extended community dialogue surrounding issues of our regard for and our treatment of the land. Funding for this project was provided by Chase manhattan Bank and The National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

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manuscript type: other

location: artist's archive

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