People have the chance to check out a new online exhibition until May 23 from the Greater Reston Arts Center.
“The Velocity of a Page” shows off the impact that publishing has on communication and society, according to the website.
The multi-platform exhibition features photos and videos of booklets, objects that resemble books and publishing practices.
Christopher Kardambikis is the curator for the project and will be leading the talk tomorrow, the website said, adding that he is currently a faculty member at George Mason University.
“This multifaceted world reveals a nuanced and complicated view of what it means to publish and what it means to distribute ideas and art via objects that are held, open, and explored by hand,” the website said.
People who want a comprehensive view of the gallery can view a digital checklist.
Photo via Greater Reston Arts Center/Facebook
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