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A NOT B,by Uta Eisenreich

A NOT B

Uta Eisenreich

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Book with photographic work by Uta Eisenreich focussing on the shortcomings of our cognitive tool-kit. A NOT B walks us along the fine line between common sense and uncommon nonsense in a realm reminiscent of pre-school books, assessment tests and optical illusions. Edition of 800 copies.
 
A NOT B was published and designed by Julia Born. The book showcases a selection of still-life photographs of various collections of domestic objects. Alternating art historical references and optical illusions with ‘spot-the-difference’ puzzles, the images display Eisenreich’s distinctive play on logic and common sense. As a rule, Eisenreich solely works with everyday objects that can be found in any given living room or kitchen – eggs, matches, paper, ladybugs – that have no functional relationship whatsoever. However, the objects are organized in a way that seems ‘logically’ cohesive. The depicted scenes are carefully photographed from an exact angle, the click of the camera their long awaited moment of release. Short captions accompany the photographs. To go along with a bruised peach and a deflated football: ‘What did the football say to the peach?’. A title that reads like a typical what-did-the-so-and-so-say-to-the-so-and-so gag.
Titel A NOT B
Author Uta Eisenreich
Signed No
ISBN No
Language English
Dimensions (cm hxb) 29x22
Book condition Fine
Cover condition Very good
Condition description Some mild edgewear; light stain on back of wrappers; else fine
Binding Hardcover including dustjacket
Edition First edition
Pages 128
Publisher Roma Publications
Publishing date 2010
Publishing place Amsterdam
Number published 800
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