Bulletins of The Serving Library #08

#8AA.VV., publisher Sternberg Press, 1° edition, 152 pp., size 23.5 x 16.5 cm, 2015

This issue is smaller than large and larger than small: medium. Produced under the auspices of the exhibition “Transmitting Andy Warhol” at Tate Liverpool, it includes a history of the relations between drugs and groups by Ian Svenonius, an e-mail exchange between Paul Elliman and pioneer of voice synthesis Richard T. Gagnon, and a collage of voices that conjure Warhol’s aura by Michael Bracewell. With further contributions by Elie Apache, Stuart Bailey, Eli Diner, Emily Gephart, Lucy Mulroney, Larissa Harris, and Joe Scanlan.
Published following Tate Liverpool’s Autumn 2014 season “Making Things Public” from November 7, 2014 to February 8, 2015.

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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