Mel Bochner Singer Notes, 1968, 1968/2017
Book, 25.8 x 20.5 x 1.4 cm, 132 pages
The first section contains facsimile of the 98 pages of Singer Notes, 1968.
The second section contains 34 pages of A Conversation Between Mel Bochner and Sébastien Pluot.
Printed on Lessebo Design Natural 130g
Cover: Muskat Grey 290g
The front cover is embossed in black.
A black bookmark is placed in each section.
Printed and bound by Cultura
Edition of 200 numbered and signed copies and 50 artist's proofs
Produced and published by mfc-michèle didier in 2017
©2017 Mel Bochner and mfc-michèle didier
NB: All rights reserved. No part of this edition may be reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission of the artist and the publisher.
Singer Notes, 1968 is a book by Mel Bochner
The first section of Singer Notes, 1968 comprises an exact copy of the Singer Notes, the whole of the drawings and the notes realized by Mel Bochner between September and December 1968.
The second section of Singer Notes, 1968 comprises the conversation between Mel Bochner and Sébastien Pluot looking through each page of the notes.
Singer Notes is an important work by American artist Mel Bochner yet strangely it remains little-known. While encapsulating the germination of ideas which later proved to be fundamental in Bochner's extremely influential work since the late 1960s, the Singer Notes have been generally unknown.
11.81 x 11.42 x 2.76 in ( 30,3 x 29,1 x 7 cm )