NEIDRICH, W: Warren Neidich: Historic in(ter)ventions

Warren Neidich: Historic in(ter)ventions. MIT Press, 1991. ISBN: 0938437380. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26183) $16.00

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Catalog for exhibition at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, May 3-June 30, 1991, and Battle of Chicamauga: Aerial Reconnaissance Photographs and Amputation Without Anesthesia the the Photographic Resource Center, April 12-May 12, 1991. 16p. Measures 8.5×11 inches. Introduction by Ron Platt and Anita Douthat. Essay, “Framing History, by David Joselit. Large French flaps.

NYAS: Update: New York Academy of Science Magazine (September/October 2005)

van Atta, Dan. Update: New York Academy of Science Magazine (September/October 2005). New York: The New York Academy of Science, 2005. Unmarked text. September/October 2005. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26180) $12.00

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Features Mariana Cook’s Faces of Science then on display in the NYAS (The New York Academy of Science)) gallery. Also “The Nature and Nurture of Women in Science.” Well illustrated. Articles on Stress, classic discoveries in visual perception, deep space particles, features, and more. 30p.

LEONARDO: Volume 34, No. 2, 2001

Malina, Roger F. (Editor). Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Volume 34, No. 2, 2001). MIT Press, 2001. Unmarked. Bumped corner. Good. Paperback. (#26120) $20.00

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Includes “Digital Art Takes Shape at MoMA” by Barbara London, a Nell Tenhaaf interview with Stuart Kauffman, Claus Emmeche and Arantza Etxeberria, “Toward a Third Culture: Being In Between” by Victoria Vesna, “Henri Poincar√©, Marcel Duchamp and Innovation in Science and Art” by Gerald Holton, The Siggraph 200 Art Gallery. Other contributors: Diane Gromala, Johanna Drucker, Michael Mateas, Eugene Thacker, Jon Ippolito, Ellen K. Levy, etc.

ZIMMER, C: Soul Made Flesh: The Discovery of the of the Brain–and How It Changed the World

Soul Made Flesh: The Discovery of the of the Brain--and How It Changed the World, book coverZimmer, Carl. Soul Made Flesh: The Discovery of the of the Brain–and How It Changed the World. Free Press, 2004. ISBN: 0743230388. Unmarked text. Unclipped dust jacket with slight edge wear. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#26059) $12.00

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Story of Thomas Willis, Christopher Wren, and the others involved in the 17th century birth of neurological research. Illustrated. Deckle edge. 366p. Index. References. Illustrated.

IONE, A: Perceptual Abstraction, Primarily in Blue and White, 26036 (Original oil painting on canvas board by Amy Ione)

Perceptual Abstraction, Primarily in Blue and White, 26036 (Original oil painting on canvas board by Amy Ione), image Perceptual Abstraction, Primarily in Blue and White, 26036 (Original oil painting on canvas board by Amy Ione). 2016. Handmade. Original Artwork. (#26036) $95.00

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Evocative abstraction using primarily blue and white, with touches of other colors on canvas board.

Measures 11.75×15.75 inches unframed. Sold unframed so you can frame it in the color and style you prefer. Includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. Packed carefully for shipment.

HATOUM, M: Mona Hatoum. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art Exhibition, 1997

Morgan, Jessica; Cameron, Dan; Hatoum, Mona. Mona Hatoum. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1997. ISBN: 0933856474. Unmarked. Some rubbing and edge wear. Good. Paperback. (#26035) $20.00

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Nicely illustrated in B/W and color. 66p. Catalog for exhibitions at the Chicago and New York City Museums of Contemporary Art in 1997-1998. Essays by Jessica Morgan and Dan Cameron. Artist biography. Checklist for the exhibition.

Born in 1952, Mona Hatoum is a video artist and installation artist of Palestinian origin, who lives in London. Measures 8.25×10 inches.

IONE, A: Perceptual Study: Big Bang Abstraction, primarily in blue and white

Perceptual Study: Big Bang Abstraction, primarily in blue and white, paintingIone, Amy. Perceptual Study: Big Bang Abstraction, primarily in blue and white Original oil painting on canvas board by Amy Ione, 2003. Handmade. Original Artwork. (#26033) $150.00

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Perceptual Study: Big Bang Abstraction, primarily in blue and white, with frame
Evocative abstraction using primarily blue and white, with touches of other colors on canvas board. Measures 14.25×11.25 inches in rust colored metal frame.¬†Includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. Packed carefully for shipment.