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Building an Island

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The catalog from the Graz 2003 creation of an artificial island made at the instigation of Robert Punkenhofer of Art & Idea, designed by Vito Acconci / Acconci Studio, rendered more buildable by the engineers from Kratzer and Zenkner & Handel, further worked over by the architects of Purpur, &, then, finally built by Stahl-, Fassaden- und Lüftungsbau.
Hardcover, 111 pages
Published 2003 by Hatje Cantz Verlag
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- tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - September 26, 2011

Strangely, this bk is listed elsewhere on GoodReads as being called "Vito Acconci: An Island" & as being by: "Aric Chan". I say strangely b/c in the image accompanying the bk blurb there's a picture of the cover w/ the title "Building an Island" & I don't find the name "Aric Chan" anywhere in the bk. Hence my re-entering this bk on GoodReads under the correct title, correct # of pages, & apparent correct
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