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Princeton Architectural Press
Edited by Stuart Bailey,and Peter Bilak
6-1/2 x 9-1/4 in; Paperback
November 2005 ISBN 9789077620045 ISBN10 9077620044
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The journal whose very name promises more to come delivers two issues this season. There aren't too many places to find intelligent, passionate, and witty writing about the past, present, and future of visual culture. Dot Dot Dot, the brilliant journal edited by Stuart Bailey and Peter Bilak, is one of the few we've found, and we're happy to be able to present it in our catalog.
Issue 10, the composite issue, collects the best pieces from the previous issues into one new one. In the first issue Dot Dot Dot laid out a statement of intent. Issue 10 will be the answer to that intent. It can only be answered with conviction now, in hindsight, after the necessary mistakes and false trails. So making this compilation issue is not really a retrospective act, but more the logical form for the next steps.
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