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An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn An image of Six negatives by Mel Ramsden, Ian Burn

Mel Ramsden

(England 27 Dec 1944 – )

Ian Burn

(Australia, United States of America 29 Dec 1939 – 29 Sep 1993)

Title
Six negatives
Year
1968-1969
Media categories
Book, Print
Materials used
bound book: 14 leaves, 13 photo lithographs
Edition
20/50
Dimensions

14 leaves: 28.0 x 21.5 cm each leaf; 28.0 x 21.9 x 0.3 cm book closed

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r. leaf 2, ink "Mel Ramsden/ 1968". Signed l.r. leaf 2, ink "Ian Burn...".
Credit
Purchased 1974
Accession number
9.1974.a-n
Copyright
© Reproduced with permission
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (3)

Charles Green, The third hand: collaboration in art from conceptualism to postmodernism, 'Conceptual Bureaucracy: Ian Burn, Mel Ramsden, and Art & Language', pg.25-56, Minneapolis, 2001, 24 (illus.), 34, 35 (illus.), 36 (illus.). Illustration on page 24 is a detail

Adrian Piper, Conceptual art: theory, myth and practice, 'Ian Burn's conceptualism', pg. 342-358, Cambridge, 2004, 88-90.

Daniel Thomas (Curator) and Frances McCarthy (Assistant Curator), Recent Australian Art, Sydney, 1973, 20. cat.no. 12

Exhibition history (2)

Recent Australian Art (1973), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 18 Oct 1973–18 Nov 1973

Ideas and Actions: Performance, Process and Documentation, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 29 Oct 1999–23 Jan 2000