Antonia Pinter's Bad Printing Dumb Production is a book of Pinter's prints and works on paper that have been changed in documentation and reproduction. Included is an introduction by Sam Korman that touches on the question of indecipherable information in print form.
"...why did I produce anything yesterday, when I reproduce it today. One way or another Pinter does not seem to answer this question and from the first page –– a rectangle of cropping the pink, de-saturated striations that subtly begin to reveal slight smudges toward the bottom of the image –– she offers a more oblique circumscription of the question..." -Sam Korman
- 5" x 7" x 0.25"
- Free Reading Commons
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