Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography

Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography

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This investigation by Gideon-Jamie in the 'Street Report' publication series looks at the seatings we observe on the streets of Singapore, some of them reinforce the notion of a seat while others challenge or expand it.


Seatings are not necessarily chairs, in the way they do not always have legs or a backrest, but if they do, they may be appropriating something that was once designed to be a chair. They need not even be sat on and could be used to hold items. This fourth study in the Street Report series looks at ways people invent chairs or even the act of sitting itself in the streets. Some of them reinforce common notions of a seat but many challenge or question it.

CONDITION & NOTES New
AUTHOR
TITLE Natural Enemies of Books: A Messy History of Women in Printing and Typography
TYPE Softcover
PUBLICATION YEAR 2020
EDITION First
LANGUAGE English
PUBLISHER Occasional Papers
DIMENSIONS (APPROX.) 19 x 11.5 x 1 cm
STOCK ID BOO 121 N