Monitor

Title: Monitor

Photographer/s: Dave Hebb

Date of publication: 2011

Place of publication: Phoenicia, NY

Dimensions: 5″ wide x 8″ high

Edition size: unlimited – print on demand

Type of binding: softcover, perfect binding

Number of pages: 38

Type of paper: publisher grade

Number of pictures: 91

Type of printing: full color

Printer: Blurb

Publisher: self

Language: English

ISBN: none

Category: POD

Price: $ 9.99

Summary: This book has been produced as a companion to the conceptual video and photographic art project “Monitor” completed in 2010 by Dave Hebb. The book consists of 90 images from the project and is self-published by the artist. The cover image is a blended composite from 50 images of the series. If you would like to view the video and more images from the photo series, please visit the project website at monitor.davehebb.com where can also contact the artist directly.

Date and place of birth of photographer/s: born 1966, Detroit, MI

Website: http://davehebb.com/

Book link: http://monitor.davehebb.com/

Donated by: Dave Hebb

iPL Notes: This book was part of the exhibition “bookMARKS” (SPE November 2011) curated by Carlos Loret de Mola and Willson Cummer.

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Larissa Leclair and the Indie Photobook Library have been invited to participate in Colby Museum of Art’s community day on April 11, 2015. The focus is on the book. Come join us for lectures,  a free workshop, book fair, and pop-up library.

Colby Museum of Art at Colby College
5600 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, Maine 04901
207-859-5600
website

Museum William D. Adams Gallery, Museum Lobby and Mirken Education Center
Saturday, April 11, 2015, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

SCHEDULE
10:00 am
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10:30 am–1:00 pm
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11:00 am–11:45 am
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Food and drink will be available in the lobby at 12:30 pm.

For those traveling from southern Maine, a bus will depart from SPACE Gallery in downtown Portland (538 Congress Street) at 9:30am and will return by 2:30pm. Bus tickets are $5. Please reserve a seat via Brown Paper Tickets here.

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