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BOON

BOON


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Released in conjunction with her exhibition of the same title at the Secession, BOON extends artist Martine Syms’ engagement with visual culture and the life of the image. Referencing the walls at Simpson’s Record Shop in Detroit (the subject of her exhibition at the Secession), which the owner Dorothy Simpson covered in photographs brought in by neighbors and community members, the book is composed of found photographs, many of them taken by the author’s father. The book considers the two lives of the photographs: first with the original photographer, and then with the artist, and how they form not a collection of sediments for the archive, but active, rendered thought.

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BOON


Description
Released in conjunction with her exhibition of the same title at the Secession, BOON extends artist Martine Syms’ engagement with visual culture and the life of the image. Referencing the walls at Simpson’s Record Shop in Detroit (the subject of her exhibition at the Secession), which the owner Dorothy Simpson covered in photographs brought in by neighbors and community members, the book is composed of found photographs, many of them taken by the author’s father. The book considers the two lives of the photographs: first with the original photographer, and then with the artist, and how they form not a collection of sediments for the archive, but active, rendered thought.

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BOON


Description
Released in conjunction with her exhibition of the same title at the Secession, BOON extends artist Martine Syms’ engagement with visual culture and the life of the image. Referencing the walls at Simpson’s Record Shop in Detroit (the subject of her exhibition at the Secession), which the owner Dorothy Simpson covered in photographs brought in by neighbors and community members, the book is composed of found photographs, many of them taken by the author’s father. The book considers the two lives of the photographs: first with the original photographer, and then with the artist, and how they form not a collection of sediments for the archive, but active, rendered thought.

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