Tag Archives: Vita Wells

Bookmarking Book Art — Large-Scale Book Art Installations

Anouk Kruithof’s massive wall of colored books echoes two leitmotivs in book art — the installation and the presumed disappearance of the book in the onslaught of digital media. Reminiscent of pixels on the computer screen, the work is entitled Enclosed … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art – Large-Scale Installations, Update 20170609

In her note in BookRiot, Nikki Steele takes Brian Dettmer’s  TED talk remark that books are created to relate to our human scale and builds on it elegantly, if all too briefly, by bringing together the installation works “Literature versus Traffic”, … Continue reading

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Bookmarking Book Art – Vita Wells, Updated 11 February 2014

From 3 February to 20 March 2014, Vita Wells (born Béa Welsh Weicker) has a new “Flights of Mind” installation. A year ago, she had placed an installation of the “Flights of Mind” at the Berkeley Central Library, the first being in … Continue reading

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