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Fourteen numbered items; no advertisements. Edited by Dan Graham, designed by George Maciunas. Published Fall-Winter [1970-71] by Aspen Communications Inc., NYC.


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Folder. Printed with editorial note, table of contents, and brief biographies of contributing artists. Cover painting by Jo Baer. Encloses sections 2 through 14.


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In Place of a Lecture. Three Musics for Two Voices. Text by Eleanor Antin and David Antin.


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Hot / Cold Book. Book of terms describing similar and opposite physical properties, and hierarchies among them. By Terry Atkinson and Michael Baldwin.


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1 + 1 for One Player and Amplified Table-Top. A musical score by Philip Glass.


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Phonograph recording. Jackson LacLow / La Monte Young. Side A: Young Turtle Assymetries by Jackson MacLow, chance-generated poems for five simultaneous readers, explained in item 10. Side B: Drift Study 31 1 69 by La Monte Young, explained in item 7.


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Lead Shot, a description of a sculptural project by Richard Serra. Reverse: Pendulum Music, by Steve Reich, a description of an audio study.


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Notes on Continuous Periodic Composite Sound Waveform Environment Realizations. Notes on oscillating drones, by La Monte Young. Phonograph recording at item 5.


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Three Distributions. "People Plan,"schematic drawings; "Lecture on moving," text; and, on the reverse side, "Selection of Slides from 'North East Passing'," photos. By Yvonne Rainer.


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Art & Vision: Mach Bands. Essay on physiological rules of perception, by Jo Baer.


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Introduction to the Young Turtle Assymetries. Description of chance-generated poems for simultaneous performance, by Jackson MacLow, with text on five detachable cards. Phonograph recording at item 5.


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Ecologic Projects. Including "Cancelled Crop," by Dennis Oppenheim. Reverse: "Los Angeles Project," by Robert Morris; "Forest Project" and "Notes on Ecologic Projects" by Dennis Oppenheim. Descriptions of several large-scale environmental works.


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Strata a Geophotographic Fiction. Text by Robert Smithson.


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Parking Lot. Cover title: Detail of Surface. From Thirtyfour Parking Lots (1967) by Edward Ruscha.


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