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Creation Date

2010

Description

Double-sided accordion book. Text and illustrations printed on one side of board; white grid on gray background printed on reverse. Numerous cutouts reveal printed grid. Bound in gray paper-covered boards; in cloth-covered slip case, as issued. "Raising the supine dome, by Amy Borezo. Printed in an edition of 20 on Holyoke Fine Paper from 14 point Caslon hand-set metal type and photopolymer plates at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH in the fall of 2010. Titles set in Futura. Binding inspired by Deborah Howe's screen book."--colophon. Double-sided accordion book. Text and illustrations printed on one side of board; white grid on gray background printed on reverse. Numerous cutouts reveal printed grid. Bound in gray paper-covered boards; in cloth-covered slip case, as issued (29 cm) "In 1948 at Black Mountain College, Buckminster Fuller attempted to erect his first geodesic dome, without success. He would return the following year to complete his project... The text in this book comes from a variety of sources including Charles Olson's poem 'The Praises,' Elaine de Kooning's personal account..., Martin Duberman's book Black Mountain College..., and the writings of Buckminster Fuller."--page [13].

RISD Fleet Library Catalog Record

http://librarycat.risd.edu/record=b1262469~S4

Press

[Orange, Mass. : Amy Borezo, 2010]

Rights

©Amy Borezo, [Orange, MA], Amy Borezo, 2010

Techniques

folded books

Materials

paper

Measurements

27 cm

Raising The Supine Dome

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