Released to inaugurate The Serving Library’s new red, gold, and green space in Liverpool, this issue is both printed in and concerned with color. It includes Emily Gephart’s account of the Spectra Poetry Hoax of 1916, a truncated phone call from Dexter Sinister to László Moholy-Nagy, the late, great Muhammad Ali discussing skin color in a 1971 TV interview, reflections on the history of Chroma-key green by Lucas Benjamin, a personal history of paint and painting by Amy Sillman, and further contributions by T. E. White, Umberto Eco, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Tamara Shopsin, and James Langdon.
Bulletins of The Serving Library #11
11,8 x 16,5 cm, 176p, ills colour &bw, softcover, English
Published by The Serving Library, New York & Sternberg Press
Contributions by MUHAMMAD ALI, STUART BAILEY, LUCAS BENJAMIN, UMBERTO ECO, EMILY GEPHART, JAMES LANGDON, TAMARA SHOPSIN, AMY SILLMAN, DEXTER SINISTER, T. E. WHITE