MOMA: Ecstatic Alphabets, Heaps of Language
In 2012, MOMA brought 12 contemporary artists together to create an exhibition that incorporates the qualities of language. Mediums ranged from painting and sculpture to audio and installation art.
" The work that these artists create belongs to a distinguished history of poem/objects, and concrete language experiments that dates to the beginnings of modernism, and includes both the Dada and Futurist moments as well as the recrudescence of Neo-Dada in the late 1950s, and international literary movements like concrete and sound poetry in Europe, Latin America, and the United States. " — Moma.org
This exhibition catalgue was typeset using LL Circular by Laurunz Brunner and hand bound.
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