Selfish is a biannual, mostly memoir magazine that encourages women to share true stories through unabashedly creative means. Issue two, "Just One More," explores the ways in which women grapple with the countless moments that chip away at our innocence, the fluidity of identity, and the sweet …
Scott Burton Collected Writings On Art and Performance 1965 1975
Published by Soberscove Press
258p, b&w, softcover, 5.5"x8"
"Before gaining widespread recognition for sculptural work that
sought to dissolve aesthetic boundaries, most notably between sculpture
and furniture, Scott Burton produced a substantial body of art writing
in the late 1960s and early 1970s. An eclectic and wide-ranging critic,
he wrote such important texts as the introduction to the groundbreaking
exhibition Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form and served as an editor for both ARTnews and Art in America.
In these same years, Burton became known as a performance artist,
developing themes he pursued in his writing. Yet, his role as an
artist-critic has rarely been discussed.
Scott Burton: Collected Writings on Art and Performance, 1965