Klüver, Billy and E.A.T.


An excellent example of this important publication. Revised edition. Softcover, 87 pages, 23.5 x 17.5 cm. Just faint age-toning to covers. Quite scarce. “In the 1960s many artists became involved with the new materials and processes that emerged through developments in science and technology. Experiments in Art and Technology was founded in September 1966 by artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman and engineers Billy Klüver and Fred Waldhauer to be an intermediary between the artists and the new technology. This bibliography, compiled by Billy Klüver, President of E.A.T., is intended to provide an accessible and coherent source of information on the activities of E.A.T. A brief history is included. The bibliography is divided into two sections. Bibliography of Documents : An annotated listing of 345 reports, catalogues, newsletters, information bulletins, proposals, lectures, announcements, letters, and reprints of major articles produced by E.A.T. in the course of its activities. Bibliography of References : More than 600 references to articles, books, catalogues, and notices on E.A.T. and its activities which have appeared in the international press.”

Book Publisher: Expriments in Art and Technology

Publication Place: New York

Publication Date: 1980

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Weight 1 lbs