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Title
After reasonable research : years with no acts of "open and declared armed hostile conflict" are indicated with a perpendicular line ... perhaps they were periods of peace
Creator
Maher, Miranda
Contributor
Horse in a Storm Press
Date Created and/or Issued
2006
Publication Information
3rd edition, Brooklyn: Horse in a Storm Press, 2006
Contributing Institution
UC Irvine, Libraries, Special Collections
Collection
Artists' books collection
Rights Information
Copyrighted
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Description
Scope/Content: Artist's book listing all open and declared armed hostile conflicts that have taken place between the year 1 and the year 2006.
Medium: Issued in clear vinyl pocket.
Technique: Accordion folded, printed on cream colored paper with a gilt fleur-des-lys-pattern. Text printed in a tiny font down two columns with a black perpendicular line running the length between the columns.
Type
physical object
Format
1 folded sheet
Form/Genre
Artists' books--21st century Women authors
folded books
fleur-de-lis (motif)
timelines (chronologies)
artists' books (books)
Extent
21 cm x 318 cm (folded to 21 cm x 14 cm)
Identifier
ark:/87280/t0154f0s
N7433.4.M355 A48 2006
Subject
political art
Battles in art
Peace in art
War in art
battles
peace
Place
United States

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