Some day in life | Fernanda Aránguiz

 

This bookwork was made from the reorganization of the titles of some of the poems included in the book «Las horas en el tiempo» by Chilean author J. A. Massone. The unfoldable format of this book presents an invitation for the spectator-reader to be an active part of the work. Through him, the act of reading the proposed poem can be transformed to an act of writing when, through its own structure, the work allows the existence of as many poems as the di erent reading orders, rhythms and combinations possible to practiced on it.

 

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Weight0.2 kg
Dimensions10.5 × 12.5 × 1.4 cm
Language

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About the author

About the author

Fernanda Aránguiz M. (1989), visual artist who writes and makes books.
Bachelor in Art from the Universidad Católica de Chile (2014), where she worked as a teaching assistant in artwork creation and production workshops.
Since 2013 she has participated in national exhibitions, including the solo show Qualia: diccionario de ocupación [Qualia: dictionary of occupation] in 2016 and the collectives ¿Qué es un libro? [What is a book?] in 2015 and Editar el acontecimiento [To edit occurrence] in 2014.
Her recent publications include Ñamen. Desaparecer, venir en olvido (Euonia, 2018), Some day in life (2018), 11 Simon-Crubellier (2016) and the 2nd edition of La nada o el Infinito [Nothing and Infinite] (Naranja Publicaciones, 2017), which is now part of the Artists’ Books and Editions Collection of Fundación Serralves (Porto, Portugal) and the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection (Chicago, USA).

This bookwork was made from the reorganization of the titles of some of the poems included in the book «Las horas en el tiempo» by Chilean author J. A. Massone. The unfoldable format of this book presents an invitation for the spectator-reader to be an active part of the work. Through him, the act of reading the proposed poem can be transformed to an act of writing when, through its own structure, the work allows the existence of as many poems as the di erent reading orders, rhythms and combinations possible to practiced on it.

Technical Specifications

Author: Fernanda Aránguiz

Format: Digital printing on 238 gr Starwite Archiva Smoth paper, Linen hinging tape

Publisher: Self-publication

Dimensions: 10,5 x 12,5 x 1,4 cm closed; 36,5 x 67,1 cm unfolded.

Print run: –

Language: Spanish / English

Year of publication: 2017