Sergey Stefanovich’s “The Library” takes viewers on a journey through Duncan Fallowell’s library “which has spilled over into every available space and become an art installation in its own right.”
Art created with library date stamps. As Book Patrol states, “For Italian artist Frederico Pietrella, time is a framework that can be measured in the time it takes to create a work of art.” While working, Pietrella changes the stamp to reflect the current date. For a closer look at his process, watch this video.
Books speak better than humans sometimes. Why do we slyly inspect others’ reading choices when sitting on the bus, train, or waiting in an airport terminal? Checking out a stack of books on family disturbances or spousal negligence? ‘Nuff said. So we think.