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Derek Sullivan. Robert Smithson.
(ISBN 0-921972-46-6, 17 x 12.5 cm, 112 pp.)
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Dr. Strangelove Dr. Strangelove
An Artist Book by Kristan Horton
ISBN 978-0-921972-48-8
Art Gallery of York University, 2007
Black and White, 6.75 x 12 inches, 208 pp
$40.00/$34.00 with AGYU Membership

Years in the making, Toronto artist Kristan Horton's doubly legendary Dr. Strangelove Dr. Strangelove targets the AGYU from 25 April to 24 June 2007 with its explosive comic vision. With the obsessive meticulousness of the master himself, Horton has recreated each scene of Stanley Kubrick's original Dr. Strangelove film with objects at hand in his studio, deflating what is exaggerated in Kubrick's black comedy. The dialogue of obsessiveness is further emphasized by the fetishized presentation within the installation of the artist book that completes the project, which has been produced for Horton's AGYU exhibition.

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Dissassembling the Archive: Fiona Tan
by Philip Monk
ISBN 978-0-921972-45-7
Art Gallery of York University, 2007
29 colour, 99 B+W, hardcover, 6 x 12 inches, 232 pp
$25.00/$22.00 with AGYU Membership

A quasi-fictional correspondence with the artist Fiona Tan. It departs from interpretations of post-colonial identity issues in her work to trace the implications of the archival housing of photographs and moving images. By way of a detour through Siegfried Kracrauer’s writing on photography and Jacques Derrida’s writing on the Freudian impression, we witness — right before our eyes — the disintegrative and destructive effect of photography on the archive.

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