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Summary Information.

Title
Codex espangliensis: from Columbus to the border patrol
Creator
Gómez-Peña, Guillermo
Contributor
Chagoya, Enrique
Rice, Felicia
Moving Parts Press
Date Created and/or Issued
[1998]
Publication Information
[Santa Cruz, Calif] : Moving Parts Press, [1998]
Contributing Institution
UC Irvine, Libraries, Special Collections
Collection
Artists' books collection
Rights Information
Copyrighted
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Rights Notes
[1998]
Description
Scope/Content: "Performance texts by Guillermo Gómez-Peña, collage images by Enrique Chagoya, bookwork designed and printed by Felicia Rice ... 50 signed and numbered books bound in Amatl paper over boards by Maureen Carey ... 1-45 cased in portfolios ... I-V boxed with unique inclusions"--Pastedown of portfolio.
Technique: Fifteen bifolia, printed on one side, pasted together, folded accordion style and attached to the upper and lower boards.
Type
physical object
Format
[30] p. :
Form/Genre
Artists' books Santa Cruz--20th century
Accordion fold format (Binding)--20th century
poems
borders (ornamental areas)
letterpress printing
folded books
performance art
collage (technique)
collages (visual works)
codices
Extent
23 x 29 cm
Identifier
ark:/87280/t0kw5cxn
N7433.4.G644 A73 1998
Language
English/Spanish
engspa
Subject
borders inspection stations
Border patrols--United States
borderlands
border art
borders (boundaries)
modern Latin American
Hispanic American
Place
America
Latin America
United States
Mexico

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