ArtsCanada: the new technology and the arts. February 1967, issue no. 105. Marshall McLuhan.
ArtsCanada: the new technology and the arts. February 1967, issue no. 105
ArtsCanada: the new technology and the arts. February 1967, issue no. 105

ArtsCanada: the new technology and the arts. February 1967, issue no. 105

Toronto: Society for Art Publication, 1967. Periodical with 7-inch Flexidisc and tabloid insert ("Artscan"). Profusely illustrated (color centerfold). 22 pp. Contents: "Technology and environment,": by Marshall McLuhan;"The sensory dynamics of new technology," by Arnold Rockman; "Severini's abstract rhythm of Madame S.," by Joshua C. Taylor; "Velvet Underground in Hamilton," by Barry Lord," with photographs of Nico, Gerard Malanga, and other members of Andy Warhol's circle; "Les Levine's Slipcover," by Paul Russell (with color illustration on cover) and "The electronic computer: a new tool for the artist," by Leslie Mezel. The LP record contains "From Futurism to kinetics," a conversation among Brydon Smith, Ayala Zacks, and Ted Bieler. The 8-page tabloid Artscan covers current events in Canada, the US, and London, England. Very fine, apart from some age-darkening of the newsprint tabloid. Several copies available in original, sealed, plastic mailing wrapper. Item #69601

Price: $35.00

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