• Graphic Arts Future is an experimental publication and meta-catalog for our 2015 exhibition The Past is Stranger, the Future is a Guest at Texas State University. Through a series of essays and interviews, contributors Alexander Valentine, Edie Fake, Todd Irwin, Daniel Mellis, Julia V. Hendrickson, Katherine Young, and ourselves triangulate the contemporary state of the graphic arts and its relationship to technology, art, music, and story telling. The book is a accompanied by a 12” vinyl record of original music by Sonnenzimmer which hopes to illuminate the content of the book through the ears, rather than through the eyes.

     

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    Graphic Arts Future

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      By: Sonnenzimmer
      
Book Contributors: Nick Butcher, Edie Fake, Julia V. Hendrickson, Todd Irwin, Daniel Mellis, Anders Nilsen, Nadine Nakanishi, Katherine Young, Alexander Valentine
      Editor: Lauren Weinberg
      
LP Contributors: Music by Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi with Keefe Jackson, Jordan Martins, Jason Roebke
      Recording: Mark Greenberg
      Mastering: Brian Labycz
      Date: 2015

      Media: 11.5 x 11.5" 24 pp screen-printed book, 12" vinyl record, offset-printed box
      
Edition: 100

      Catalog number: SZ016

      Exhibit history: Texas State University, San Marcos; The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
      Collections: Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, Yale University Library, CT; John M. Flaxman Library: Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection, School of the Art Institute Chicago, IL

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