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Christian Patterson: Bottom of the Lake (edition 2015)

by Christian Patterson (Photographer)

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Title:Christian Patterson: Bottom of the Lake
Authors:Christian Patterson (Photographer)
Info:Koenig Books (2015), Edition: First Edition, 256 pages
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An artist's book based on the telephone directory of Wisconsin Telephone, Area Code 414, February 1973. Bottom of the Lake is a 256-page facsimile of the artist's family's telephone book for his hometown of Fond du Lac, printed in 1973, soon after his birth. The book includes found markings and reproductions of inserted materials, along with Patterson's own drawings, photographs and marginalia. Bottom of the Lake is a book within a book that carefully combines the original, found, fact-based phone book with the artist's highly subjective re-imagination of his hometown; it playfully juxtaposes different documentary forms and ways of seeing to create a deeply personal, darkly humorous other book. In addition, the experience of the book is extended beyond its pages by an interactive feature -- a telephone number attached to the book that connects users with over 100 experiences mixing field audio recordings, found archival audio and performances that re-imagine and re-create the artist's hometown.… (more)

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