Bulletins of The Serving Library #07

#7

#7AA.VV., publisher Sternberg Press, 1° edition, 160 pp., size 23.5 x 16.5 cm, 2014

This issue concerns itself with “numbers,” ranging from a brief note on “The Psychology of Number” by John Dewey and John McLellan, to Vincenzo Latronico’ss historical overview of the ongoing attempt to conjure “truths from thin air” (such as proof of the existence of god). In between are essays and articles by Cory Arcangel, Perrine Bailleux, Rosie Cooper, Dan Fox, Angie Keefer, Mathew Kneebone, James Langdon, Philip Ording, Katherine Pickard, David Reinfurt, and Justin Warsh, plus an indexical book review by the late David Foster Wallace.

Bulletins of The Serving Library is an eclectic cultural journal of primarily newly commissioned writing produced biannually in distinct online and print formats. Each new issue of Bulletins is conceived as a bundle of reading material organized around a theme for the ongoing self-education of an international audience of designers, artists, writers, and researchers whose interests span many disciplines.

 

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