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- The Intersection.
- Image Caption
- Matsunaga, Kyoko.
- San Francisco, Calif. : K. Matsunaga?
- Call Number
- N 7433.4 .M375 I58 2011
- Physical Description
-  p. : all col. ill. ;
- 10 x 16 cm.
- Colophon and Further Description
- "Designed by Kyoko Matsunaga in the spring of 2011"--Inside cover of box.
- "Digital print, letterpress. Japanese paper, Bees wax"--Artist's website.
- Hand bound with an original accordion technique using paper tabs that attach pages to the accordion. Paper wrapper with a rubber cord.
- "Inkjet print, letterpress print on paper. Box: Stonehenge (Fawn), rubber cord /cover: Harukaze /pages: Mitsumata. Hand bound with an original technique"--Information supplied by the artist.
- "These photos had been taken every seven seconds during one cycle of the signal at an intersection in Shibuya, Tokyo. Many people and traffics were passing each other, however, no one remembered others. The photos were partially painted out with white color. And at last, everything was disappeared"--Information supplied by the artist.
- 1st print.: ed. of 10 signed copies; 2nd print.: ed. of 15 signed copies.
- Art, Architecture & Engineering Library (AAEL)
- Artists' Books
- Image Size
- 3204 x 2215
- File Size
- 154 KB
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"The Intersection.". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mlibrary1ic/x-012334286/012334286_1. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed November 28, 2023.