Buenos Aires: Centro de Arte y Comunicación (CAyC), 1972. First edition. 36.5 x 47.5 cm (14.4 x 18.7") unbound newspaper consisting of two folded sheets printed in black and white. Unpaginated (8 pp.) Text in Spanish. Inscribed and signed in pencil by the artist.
Artists’ book in the form of an 8-page newspaper by Mirtha Dermisache featuring her asemic writing consisting of illegible words which allow the reader to impart their significance. Dermisache’s graphisms democratize language and create intimate reading experiences without grammar or syntax. Words are turned into something abstract, which in turn examines the possibilities of language and the need for human communication. Published by Centro de Arte y Comunicación (CAyC) in Buenos Aires. This example inscribed and signed by Dermisache in her unique handwriting to editor, publisher, and curator Florent Fajole, who published several of her works and also curated installations and exhibitions during the 2000s. Scarce.
Faint bump to upper right corner and trace amounts of age toning to sheet. Else near fine.
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