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"Non-Visible and Intangible: Artists Books Respond to E-Books" is a series of events and a gallery exhibition on the topic of Artists Books in the Digital Age held at the Harold F. Johnson Library, Hampshire College in November 2012.
The events explore how technology has affected all aspects of artists books – from production to creation to access and use. Some of the works on display in the exhibit "Pulp to Pixels: Artists Books in the Digital Age" (November 5- 16th, 2012) explore interactive generative art with text and image, some function as books in their own right but can be enhanced with technology, and others require a smartphone or tablet to view them at all.
This project was made possible in part by a Mellon Digital Humanities Grant from Five Colleges, Inc., and co-sponsored by the Hampshire College Board of Trustees.
Please see http://nonvisible.wordpress.com/ for all details and a schedule of events.
For more information, contact Rachel Beckwith: email@example.com
The Harold F Johnson Library is located at 893 West St, Amherst, MA 01002