Since the 1960s, conceptual artists Henri Chopin (Pairs-London), Guy de Cointet (Paris-Los Angeles) and Channa Horwitz (Los Angeles) have dedicated themselves to analyzing system deducing the rules and consolidating them into visible structures. This book accompanied the parallel where drawings by these three respected artists generate new meaning as the aesthetic-visual translation of early post-structuralist thought. A Void, taken from George Perec's experimental novel, which famously did not include the letter 'e' as a nod to language s
epistemological constraints. Riffing on this idea, the artists' works seem
clearly embroiled in such systems of meaning-making. Horwitz's on the
boundary of symbol and performance, while Chopin explored the line between chaos and order. Cointet left behind an oeuvre characterized by codes and puzzles for future generations.
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Descripción Ram Publications, 2013. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M3944669096