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Margaret van Eyck – Renaming an Institution, a Case Study (Volume One: Research, Interventions, and Effects)

Hagen Verleger, ed.

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Edited and designed by Hagen Verleger
Published March 2018
4 ¼ × 7 inches
184 pages
Perfect bound softcover book
46 color illustrations, 97 black-and-white illustrations

Edition of 250

ISBN 978-1-7320534-0-3
The publication Margaret van Eyck – Renaming an Institution, a Case Study (Volume One: Research, Interventions, and Effects), edited by book designer and researcher Hagen Verleger, is the first of a two-volume endeavor documenting Margaret van Eyck, an ongoing, collaborative research project at the intersection of feminist intervention, institutional critique, and the politics of (re-)naming, initiated by Verleger during a residency at Van Eyck, Maastricht.

The first of two books is a 184-page primarily visual (i.e. pictorial) ‘essay’ in the tradition of 1960s/70s experimental paperbacks. It comprises of research material, work process ephemera, and photographic documentation of the project, as well as some shorter written pieces.

The second and final book will function as a commentary on the first one: a sourcebook, a collection of ‘readings’ and contextualisations of Margaret van Eyck, with references to the first volume. It is currently in the making and to be published by Peradam later this year.

For more information, please visit : www.margaretvaneyck.nl
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