Paper, Leather, Clay & Stone

“The visual and tactile aspects of the written word are explored in this exhibition. Although the subject is words, we have avoided textual content in favo

“The visual and tactile aspects of the written word are explored in this exhibition. Although the subject is words, we have avoided textual content in favor of physical context. In presenting written texts that differ from the familiar, we intend to show that, far from being a uniform box of rows and columns, the written word has been recorded historically in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. Books were embellished, handsomely illustrated, jealously guarded, and moralistically expurgated.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE