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Peter Sutherland & Printed Matter

Harpo funding is supporting a new artist book by Peter Sutherland. Printed Matter is working with the artist on the publication, which will be a physical aggregation of all of the artist’s posts to his Tumblr Blog.


Beginning in October 2009, Peter has made 3627 posts, currently has over 19,000 followers, and all posts are his own work, original photos, installations, texts, videos. The book will be 3627 pages, which is about two phone books on top of each other. This book will move from digital to physical and raise a conversation about that transfer.

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