Aesthetic nonsense makes commonsense, thanks X
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Aesthetic nonsense makes commonsense, thanks X:
For the past 20 years, Lisa Radford has written alongside (and sometimes about) contemporary art and artists in Melbourne. This anthology was published to coincide with Radford's solo exhibition 'Dear Masato, all at once' at West Space in 2016, as part of the organisation's annual commission series. Brought together in this publication, Radford's criticism and ficto-criticism captures many local histories that speak to politics, friendship, popular culture and a myriad of other subjectivities.
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12 x 18.5 cm
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