ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.
ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.
ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.
ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.
ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.
ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.

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ASPEN No. 8 - Art/Information/Science.

NY: Aspen Communications Inc., Fall-Winter, 1970-71. Edited by Dan Graham, designed by George Maciunas.

Printed chemise-style card folder complete with all 13 inserts, as follows:

i) 'In Place of a Lecture/Three Musics for Two Voices', text by Eleanor Antin and David Antin;

ii) 'Hot/Cold Book', by Terry Atkinson and Michael Baldwin;

iii) '1 + 1 for One Player and Amplified Table-Top', a musical score by Philip Glass;

iv) flexi-disc featuring 'Young Turtle Assymetries' by Jackson MacLow, and 'Drift Study 31 1 69' by La Monte Young;

v) 'Lead Shot' by Richard Serra, and 'Reverse: Pendulum Music' by Steve Reich, a description of an audio study;

vi) 'Notes on Continuous Periodic Composite Sound Waveform Environment Realizations' by La Monte Young;

vii) 'Three Distributions' by Yvonne Rainer;

viii) 'Art & Vision: Mach Bands' by Jo Baer;

ix) 'Introduction to the Young Turtle Assymetries' by Jackson MacLow;

x) 'Ecologic Projects' by Dennis Oppenheim and Robert Morris;

xi) 'Strata a Geophotographic Fiction', a text by Robert Smithson.

xii) 'Parking Lot', from 'Thirtyfour Parking Lots' (1967) by Edward Ruscha;

xiii) Aspen order form.

Taking its cue from the prevailing art world interest in cybernetics and systems theory, this multimedia issue of Aspen was intended by Graham to present multiple viewpoints (information and documentation), and to encourage participation and feedback.

Some slight creasing to the folder, but overall clean and bright; all inserts Fine.

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