diariodeunalguien Pt. 1 | Sebastián Arancibia

 

Diariodeunalguien Pt.1 is a collection of visual poems that, at the same time, is a constant attempt to achieve the illegibility of what is written. In this way the text which deals with the act of hiding the identity of an other, is deformed and hidden in various shapes; typographical elements, blocks of color, seeking visual languages to deform the original message.

Diariodeunalguien Pt.1 is a limited edition publication (100 copies) that includes a serie of 12 visual poems of these characteristics.

 

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Weight0.130 kg
Dimensions21 × 0.5 × 29.7 cm
Language

English, Spanish

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About the author

About the author

Sebastian Arancibia (1988) Santiago, Chile

Architect, editor, and Chilean editorialist. He founded Naranja Publicaciones in 2014. This is a space for commercialization, production and circulation of information of artist books and experimental edition. His work links visual poetry in experimental and editorial formats dealing with nostalgia as a topic from literary and material aspects.

Diariodeunalguien Pt.1 is a collection of visual poems that, at the same time, is a constant attempt to achieve the illegibility of what is written. In this way the text which deals with the act of hiding the identity of an other, is deformed and hidden in various shapes; typographical elements, blocks of color, seeking visual languages to deform the original message.

Diariodeunalguien Pt.1 is a limited edition publication (100 copies) that includes a serie of 12 visual poems of these characteristics.

 

Technical Specifications

Author: Sebastián Arancibia

Format: Softcover book, omega staples, digital printing.

Publisher: Naranja Publicaciones (Santiago, Chile)

Dimensions: A4

Print run: 100 numbered copies

Language: Spanish

Collections: Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection of the School of Art Institute, Chicago, USASpecial collection, University of Miami, Miami, USA; Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, Yale University, New Haven, USA; Private Collection of Naranja Publicaciones.

Year of publication: 2018

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