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Mccarthy, Penny (2014)
Publisher: The Esopus Foundation
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects:

The project is a commission to produce 20 pages of new work for the Esopus Foundation to be presented in the Spring 2014 issue of Esopus magazine.

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Time will darken paper takes the form of a picture essay to examine the act of mimesis as a way to transform our understanding of key texts. This series of graphite images resituates text pages as pictures or as components of an aesthetic puzzle. The project draws on a range of source material including political memos, fictional texts and historical images to consider the way narratives are constructed as events depicting people in time and place like shapes on a canvas.

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The Esopus Foundation Ltd. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization incorporated in New York State in 2003. It was formed to provide an unmediated forum through which artists, writers, musicians, and other creative people can make a direct connection with the general public.\ud Over the past decade, the Foundation has been largely devoted to the publishing of Esopus, a twice-yearly magazine that features content from all creative disciplines presented in an unmediated format. 
ESOPUS s features contributions from a cross-section of creative disciplines presented in a striking visual format with minimal editorial framing and no advertising. \ud Each issue of Esopus includes three long-form contemporary artists’ projects—past contributors have included Richard Tuttle, Jenny Holzer, Robert Therrien and film-maker David Lynch.

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