➔ 'Song Dong in London' pamphlet (part two)

'Song Dong in London' pamphlet (part two) (GB3451/OC/6/3/6/5)

Archival Record

Identity

Identifier

GB3451/OC/6/3/6/5

Local Identifier

OC/6/3/6/5 (local reference number)
TM1-2005-1 (Former Number)

Date(s)

2000 (was creation date of)

Creator(s)

Song, Dong, (b.1966), artist (is associated with)
Lelie, Herman, designer (is associated with)
Bonelli, Stefania, designer (is associated with)

Access status

Open

Use status

Copyright Restricted

Content

Scope and Content

Pamphlet discusses Sung Dong's work during his residency at InIVA, with a continuation of the artist's exhibition profile from the first half of the pamphlet

Includes images of artist's works: 'Edible Pen Jing' (2000), 'Face to Face' (2000), 'Breathing on the Screen' (2000).

Content Extent

1 folded sheets

Content Type

still image , text

Language Information

Latin (has script)

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

The original record is accessible to researchers in the CFCCA archive & library searchroom by appointment.

Conditions on Use

Copyright of InIVA.

Carrier

Representation Type

unmediated

Record Resource Extent

1 item

Medium

sheet (paper artifacts)

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Song, Dong, (b.1966), artist (is associated with)
Lelie, Herman, designer (is associated with)
Bonelli, Stefania, designer (is associated with)
Institute of International Visual Arts (iniva), (1994-) (has or had intellectual property rights holder)

Related places

London ()

Related Terms

still images (has content type)
text (has content type)
English (has or had language)
unmediated (has representation type)
sheets (paper artifacts) (has carrier type )
Copyright Restricted (has use status)
Open (has access status)
Latin (has script)
pamphlets (has documentary form type)

Notes

Rules or Conventions

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