Art Gallery of York University, 2003|
96pp. 63 colour and 18 b/w images
Bismuth's work, which includes drawings, collages and musical compositions in addition to video projections, has always wittily played with language and undertaken deadpan manipulations of popular culture, and this collection provides the full range of the French artist's output, including his new Unfolded Origami series. Essays by Alexander Alberro and Aaron Schuster examine Bismuth's work in all media, with special focus on works from 2001–2003 that were featured in his exhibition at the Art Gallery of York University.
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