Film, Video Sculptural Books: Book Structures from the Medieval to the Modern
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- Sculptural Books: Book Structures from the Medieval to the Modern
- Printmaker and book artist Alice Austin discussed her exploration of different book structures, both historic and modern. Her unique books satisfy a curiosity of book binding history while her editions celebrate pattern and color.
- Event Date
- June 11, 2015
- Related Resources
- Rare Book & Special Collections Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/rarebook/
- Running Time
- 32 minutes 25 seconds
- Online Format
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