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'Frankenstein2...' in The Book is Alive!

Blatnik, A., Bodman, S., Bohr, B., Cascella, D., Couch, A., Desjardin, A., Fontcuberta, J., Hulse, M., Dicker, B., Frearson, A. ORCID:, Helgason Gallagher, S., Jaeger, P., Jeff, P., Jenkins, L., Johanknecht, S., Meynell, K., Kaiser, M., Kivland, S., Thurston, N., Mathieu, D. , Mikulinsky, R., Nicolas, C., Roush, P., Lusitano, M., Sanderson, M., Schimag, S. A., Schmidt, A., Speck, D. W., Lice, S. o., Soulellis, P., Szczelkun, S. and Zoller, R. (2013) 'Frankenstein2...' in The Book is Alive! In: Waeckerlé, E. and Sawdon-Smith, R. (eds.) The Book is Alive! RGAP, England, pp. 142-149. ISBN 9780956902450

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'Frankenstein2...' introduces an extract from my ongoing artwriting project involving the reconfiguration of the entirety of Shelley's 1831 'Frankenstein' using all and only the words from the original in the creation of an expanded contemporary novel and associated works. Presented at The Book is Alive! two-day international symposium, and subsequently published in print and open access digital forms.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:102184
Uncontrolled Keywords:Frankenstein, misery, pop, conceptual writing, art writing
Publisher Statement:The Book is Alive! is a collaboration between the Centre for Media and Cultural Research (CMCR) at LSBU and bookRoom. The publication is published by RGAP, edited by Emmanuelle Waeckerlé and Richard Sawdon-Smith, designed by studio mothership and Ken Borg with an introductory essay by E.Waeckerlé and an exclusive illustrated interview with Joan Fontcuberta. It is distributed by Cornerhouse. A survey of current thinking and innovative practice in contemporary publishing presented at the BOOKLIVE! International symposium in London in June 2012. This 2 days event brought together theorists, researchers and practitioners to examine the current ‘transforming’ of the book and its ability to keep up with digital culture and the emergence of new modes of making, reading, collecting and disseminating ‘on the page’ work. 208 pages, edition of 500 (almost out of stock) 165 x 230mm – offset printing, soft cover, pure binding. ISBN 978–0–9569024–5–0 (20£) buy a printed copy or download a free pdf via bookroom website (url listed above)

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