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Title:Dialogue July 1998 -- Silence
Price:AUD$26.40 (about USD$18.10)
Category:Art & Design
Book ID:SB00-0228405
Quantity:1
Publisher:West Space, Melbourne, 1998
Edition:First Edition
Illustrator:Various
Binding:Softcover
Condition:Very Good Condition
Dust Jacket:No Dust Jacket
West Space, 1998, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition, Illustrated By: Various

700 g ; 80 pages, illustrated and with 2 CDs in front and rear pocket == Dialogue 9 - SilenceJuly 1998 Contributions by: Neil Barnett, Domenico de Clario, Ryszard Dabek, Richard Holt, Joy Hirst, Marryanne Lynch, Neil McLachlan, Gregory Pryor, David Ralph, Vigininia Ross, Jo Scicluna, Yvonne van der Velden. Limited version with two audio CDs by Domenico de Clario. And also included, a copy of Dialogue 8 - Audience April 1998 Contributions by: Sandra Bridie, Annette Douglass, Tony Elwood, Robert Gardiner, Anne Graham, Bronwyn Johnson, Brett Jones, Nicky Klempfner, Rod McLeish, Scott McQuire, Robert Owen, Marie Sierra, Jason Smith. And Dialogue 7 - Greens December 1997 Greens was published as part of Curated, West Space Project, 16 October - 1 November 1997 Contributions by: Suzie Attiwill, Sandra Bridie, Christopher Chapman, Melissa Chiu, David Cross, Richard Holt, Amanda Johnson, Natalie King, Stuart Koop, Christopher Marshall, Damon Moon, Kevin Murray, Jason Smith, Rachel Young, Peter Timms, Zane Trow. Dialogue is a topic based journal on contemporary art and culture published by West Space 1996-2000. Dialogue demonstrated there is a need for artists to be able to present their ideas in the context of a magazine as 'site' in terms of written and visual ideas. Dialogue was in part, a response to the lack of opportunity for artists to write about professional issues concerning their practice and the broader functions of the art system. The space of the published page provided artists and writers with a site of speculation, critique and play. The recording of these processes and ideas provided a different kind of insight into the concerns of artists, independent of the usual review and profile approaches. Each issue was based on a topic or theme. Dialogue included visual and graphic work, and a variety of fictional, critical, and speculative writing by artists, and contributors from a range of professions and perspectives. In February 2000, Stasis (No.13), the last issue of Dialogue, was published. The only notable damage is a stain from the price sticker on the rear panel of number 8. Size: 8vo - over 7�" - 9�" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Various. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art & Design; Inventory No: 0228405.
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