Untitled (September magazine).
- Additional Title(s):
Paul Elliman : untitled (September magazine)
- Amsterdam : Roma Publications ; London : The Vanity Press, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- 592 unnumbered pages : all illustrations (some colour) ; 29 cm + 1 sheet
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN7433.4.E44 U68 2013+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Gift of Miko McGinty Yale BA 1993, MFA 1998View by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Paul Elliman (1961) is a London-based designer whose work and writing explores the mutual interests of technology and language. His work has been exhibited at the Tate Modern in London and included in collections by the British Council, London's Victoria and Albert Museum and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. He is a visiting critic at Yale University School of Art, New Haven, and is thesis supervisor at the Werkplaats Typographie in Arnhem, Netherlands. Paul Elliman has contributed essays to several magazines and journals including IDEA, Eye, and Dot Dot Dot.
Title and imprint from verso of upper wrapper.
"Copy editor and graphic design, Julie Peeters, Antwerp; Roma #210."--Verso of upper wrapper.
"Untitled (September magazine), by artist Paul Elliman, takes the form of a glossy magazine, completely absent of any editorial text, and comprised instead only of cropped and juxtaposed images collected by Elliman over many years. The publication conveys in itself a kind of text spelled out in body shapes, signs and gestures. 'In photographed fragments, the body seems both to correspond to the shapes of letters and to assume writing's inanimate agency. Or maybe another spirit altogether is communicated by the perverse range of images, a secret map of the inner territory of language conducted by the body'"
- Subject Terms:
- Elliman, Paul.Visual communication in art.
- Artists' books.
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