Library Shelf Location 19g.BLAM
Publication Date Apr 2018

This new volume in the Occasional Table series of critical anthologies focusses attention on the act of distribution as a subject for serious creative consideration and one of great social and economic importance. Contributors from a variety of backgrounds paint a big picture that embraces the actions of the individual along-side the workings of global markets. From the attention-seeking impulse of the poseur to the democratisation of art and knowledge through books, digital networks, pop music and self-organised libraries, and to the question of what can be known and by whom, the urge to disseminate is explored here as an elemental phenomenon of our time.

ISBN 9780949004093
Quantity 1
Pages 252p; 15.7 x 2 x 21.3 cm
Authors Brad Haylock, David Blamey, Ahmed Ansari, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Neil Arthur, Alex Coles & Jonathan Lindley, David Cross, Neil Cummings, Susan Hawthorne, Gareth Long, Billie Muraben, Rathna Ramanathan, Patricia Reed, Adrian Shaughnessy, Eva Weinmayr
Format Paperback
Publisher Open Editions, London
Categories Contemporary Cultural Studies, Artists' Books
Keywords Act of distribution, Publishing, Self-publishing
Language English

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