Sanatçı kitapları - Artist books, 1972-73
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Title
Sanatçı kitapları - Artist books, 1972-73
Description
Londra’da öğrenciyken katıldığı açık hava sergisi “Sculpture in Holland Park”ın hazırlık aşamasında, parktaki halka açık tuvaletlerde kullanılan, rulo yerine tek yaprak şeklinde üretilmiş olan tuvalet kâğıtları İsmail Saray’ın dikkatini çeker. Saray, okulu Royal College of Art’ta ciltlettirip kenarlarına yaldız uygulattığı bu tuvalet kağıtlarından bir kitap yapar. - During preparations for the exhibition “Sculpture in Holland Park,” which İsmail Saray participated in while a student, he became intrigued by the toilet paper used in public toilets, not that supplied in rolls but the paper that comes in single sheets. Saray had sheets of this specific type of toilet paper bound at the Royal College of Art, then had their edges gilded and transformed them into a book.
Issue Date
1972
1973
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/51543
Collections
Type
Identifier
SARW460
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
İsmail Saray

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