I(m)Press : the role of artists’ books in the relationship between body and experimental typography
The aim of this project is to approach the relationship between body and artists’ books in the context of an autobiographical narrative. This thesis questions the role of artists’ books in the relationship between body and experimental typography. It investigates why artists prefer to tackle with body issues on artists’ books and how artists implement their reflections on artists’ books. This thesis is accompanied with the installation, which is called I(m)Press. This installation demonstrates a selfreflection about conversations which I received from various people about my body. The installation is the result of a response toward words from conversations. These words are projected on hanging papers by two channels video, which is composed of a recorded reaction against words by my body.