Published October 1994
by Abbeville Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Merry Foresta (Editor), Billy Martin (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
Over-sized hardback book with dust jacket titled PERPETUAL MOTIF:The Art of Man Ray. Published by Abbeville Press in - stated first edition, third printing. Illustrated with nearly of the artist works. See my photographs (7) of this book on main listing cturer: Abbeville. Introduction: Perpetual motif, the art of Man Ray / Merry Foresta --Man Ray, / Francis Naumann --Man Ray, Paris / Billy Kluver and Julie Martin --Transatlantic / Elizabeth Hutton Turner --Themes and variations / Sandra S. Phillips --Configurations of freedom / Stephen C. Foster --Exile in Paradise / Merry Foresta --Candor and. A perpetual motif, whose beginning may be in the photo shooting, in the previous unanswered question that I had raised or in the phrasing of the question itself. A paradoxical, a tormenting process. Which I however somehow enjoy. The deceptively simple task of making a mechanism which would turn forever has fascinated many famous men and physicists throughout the centuries. In fact, the basic tenets of engineering grew from the failures of these perpetual motion machine designers. This work offers an illustrated overview of perpetual motion machines and their inventors.5/5(1).
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