"THAT'S THE WAY I SEE IT," the second volume in David Hockney's impassioned autobiography, received a chorus of accolades when it was first published in 1993. Now his insightful and engaging autobiography is available for the first time in a stunning paperbook edition. Perhaps the most critically acclaimed and universally popular artist of our time, Hockney has devoted himself for the past twenty years to forging a new way of seeing through an intense exploration of a variety of forms. He has produced work in almost every media-painting, drawing, stage design, photography, and printmaking -and has stretched the boundaries of all of them. In projects ranging from the wildly revealing perspective and brilliant colors of his paintings to his vivid multidimensional photo-collages and on to the outer edges of technology with his fax art, computer printings, and colored laser prints, Hockney has undertaken a singular and ambitious experiment with ways of seeing and ways of representing sight. Constantly questioning, seeking, taking nothing for granted, Hockney has in his own way transformed our understanding of how we perceive the world and how art can transform our vision.