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Conrad Bakker: Objects & Economies: Untitled Projects 1997-2007

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Bakker often distributes his rough facsimiles of everyday objects through alternative markets like yard sales or eBay. This volume documents his Untitled Projects, which explore objects and their economies through a variety of contexts utilizing humor, situational awareness, formal play and interventionist strategies.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by Des Moines Art Center
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by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - November 4, 2011

Do you ever learn about something & think: 'I wish I'd done that!' That's the way I felt when I started reading about Conrad Bakker's Untitled Projects. They both reminded me of things that I HAD done & of things that I SHD HAVE DONE BUT DIDN'T.

I don't remember exactly where I got Bakker's bk. I think I picked it up in a dollar sale box in front of a used
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