Wednesday, October 19, 2011

New (Long Overdue) Acquisitions Part 2

It's a dreary, dark day here in Muncie hence the high quality image. Fall acquisitions (i.e. birthday money) soon to be displayed on the new bookshelves (clockwise from top left): my friend Kelli Connell's Double Life; Illuminations (Venice Biennale catalog that was much easier to purchase online than haul throughout Italy); J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace (a book I've wanted for quite some time); Adam reminded me about Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder during my visit to LA over the summer after our failed attempt to see the Museum of Jurassic Technology; Jonathan Safran Foer's Tree of Codes (I decided to purchase that before it went out of print); Errol Morris's Believing is Seeing (the book I wish I had time to read right now!); and Robert Smithson's Collective Writings (on the never ending "rebuy list").

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