Look into the book: Artist Talk with Claudio Moser
About the exhibition "Ding / Unding. The Artist's Book Unbound":
The exhibition Ding / Unding casts a glance at artists’ books in the Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich. In the early 1930s, the writer Bob Brown (1886–1959) confidently declared that “books are antiquated word containers” – and although he was of the opinion, even then, that books were already on the way out, rumours of the death of the medium seem to have been greatly exaggerated. In the world of art, the book has far from disappeared. Time and again, artists have challenged our ideas of what a book might comprise. Does it have to be bound? Printed? Made of paper?
Photo credits: Richard Tuttle, Tafel aus: Richard Tuttle: You Never See The Same Color Twice, 2017, Offsetdruck, 27.5 x 22.5 x 4 cm (Kassettengrösse), Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute (GRI), Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich / © Richard Tuttle