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4to. Glossy wrps., 34pp.-38pp. Illustrated throughout. Ed. Josine van Droffelaar & Wies Smals. Texts in Dutch and English.

#1: front cover by Barbara Bloom. Includes a lengthy interview with Fluxus/intermedia artist Larry Miller, accompanied by a 331/3rpm transparent flexi-disc bound-in featuring "Keychord (Breath of the Machine)" - "a composition that scores people as sentient instruments"; a loosely inserted folded sheet with three illustrations by Silvia Steiger ("Walk Over 2"); a text on James Lee Byars by Paul Hefting; more. Slight creasing at top left corner, o/w Very Good plus.

#2: Front cover by Barbara Bloom; back cover by Lawrence Weiner. Includes an interview with Hetty Huisman; Larry Miller (7pp.); Alfred van den Heuvel (on working with Larry Miller); more. Very Good plus.

#3: cover by Barbara Bloom. Includes Kevin Atherton; Johan Cornelissen; Barbara Kruger; Nikolaus Urban; more. Slight spine creasing, o/w Very Good plus.

Together with: i) De Appel Bulletins #1-4 (in 3), June-November 1981. Each 24pp.-52pp. Illustrated throughout. Includes features on, or contributions by, Ulises Carrión, James Lee Byars, Willem de Ridder, Frank Gribling, Hans-Thies Lehmann, Larry Miller, Ron Haselden, and others. Very Good plus. ii) illustrated booklet produced by De Appel to accompany Barbara Howard's installation, "Wanting a Picture", with an index by Martha Hawley (1981). Near Fine.

De Appel was founded by Wies Smals in 1975 as an exhibition space in Amsterdam, alongside a research centre, publishing house, educational institution, and art library and archive.

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