88 Constellations for Wittgenstein

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ELL-W-26-1

Good Condition

Copy published by Nova Scotia on CD-ROM in 2008. Currently in ELO Archives.

The ELO was sent this copy for its exhibit associated with the State of the Arts conference held at UCLA in 2002.

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      ELL-W-26-2

      Good Condition

      Copy published by Nova Scotia on CD-ROM in 2008. Currently in The Dene Grigar Collection.

      Grigar was given this version by the author to exhibit and use for teaching.

      Tested and working on the following operating systems:

      Requires the following software:

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          ELL-W-26-3

          Good Condition

          Copy published by Nova Scotia on CD-ROM in 2008. Currently in The Dene Grigar Collection.

          Grigar was given this version by the author to exhibit and use for teaching.

          Tested and working on the following operating systems:

          Requires the following software:

          • Flash Player

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              Author(s)

              David Clark

              First Published

              2008

              Original Publisher

              Nova Scotia

              Language

              English

              Description

              "Exquisitely designed with a confident, understated visual vocabulary relying on icons and degraded images, '88 Constellations' at times can feel like a really well-made independent documentary, but one which swerves from seemingly normative biographical reportage into visual puns, fantastic associations, and quirky digressions. Infused with the paradox, playfulness and occasional paranoia of the philosopher's life, this is a massive work with circles-within-circles logic that would take several hours to exhaust. Like William Poundstone's 'New Digital Emblems,' '88 Constellations' is a tour-de-force interactive, multimedia essay about the ludic that extends the activities of its purported subject like "a philosophical fortune cookie."--ELD

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