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"This book by British artist Tris Vonna-Michell marks a continuation and implementation of his artistic practice through the medium of an artist's book. Vonna-Michell is a memory traveler who runs through the past and present. In his works, images, sound, light, and the most ordinary objects become the material of a totally individual experience where reality and fiction merge, and journey, memories, and invention coexist."

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Brazilian artist Lygia Pape was a founding member of the Neo-Concrete movement, which was dedicated to the inclusion of art into everyday life. Her early work developed out of an interest in European abstraction, however, she and her contemporaries went beyond simply adopting an international style, and started to draw on their own local situation. Neo-Concretism is often seen as the beginning of contemporary art in Brazil, and Pape's work—which focus on the coming together of aesthetic, ethical, and political ideas—has formed an important part of Brazil's artistic identity.

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Now in paperback, this volume presents an overview of the legendary Canadian collective. Founded in Toronto in 1969 by Felix Partz, Jorge Zontal and AA Bronson, the trio adopted a generic identity that "freed it from the tyranny of individual genius." Their intermingling of reality and fiction took the form of a transgressive, often parodic take on art and society. Paintings, installations, sculptures, photographs, videos, magazines and TV programs: General Idea's is an authentically multimedia oeuvre that has lost nothing of its freshness. The book covers the collective's main themes, such as the artist and the creative process, glamour as a creative tool, art's links with the media and mass culture, architecture and archaeology, sexuality and AIDS. It is richly illustrated with documents and reproductions of key projects realized by General Idea from 1969 to 1994.

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