"Drucker treats some of the most controversial and compelling art of the nineties and after to the panoply of available theory, but keeps her heart, ears, and eyes open too. Those who know Drucker's creative artists' books and her long history of attention to the interaction of words and images in her academic writing on post modern art won't be surprised by either the innovative fluidity of her arguments or the range and richness of her sources. This is a subtly theorized, readable, and convincing treatment of some of the most troubling aspects of millennial art."--Ann Gibson, author of Abstract Expressionism: Other Politics
About the Author
Johanna Drucker is the Robertson Professor of Media Studies in the Department of English at the University of Virginia. She is the author of several books, including "The Visible Word, The Alphabetic Labyrinth, The Century of Artists' Books, "and" Figuring the Word."