John Miller: a trail of ambiguous picture postcards

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CCA Kitakyushu + Korinsha Press, 1997 - Antiques & Collectibles - 87 pages
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As this book's title implies, artist John Miller has arranged his snapshot-style photographs with a conscious randomness akin to I-Ching. Consisting entirely of pictures taken between the hours of 12 and 2 pm, Miller's "trail" leads the viewer through urban scenes from Asia to the West and back again. Sprinkled throughout are images of such things as flowers, billboards, and clocks. This subtitle and endearing book contains an afterword by Miller, in which he considers the nature of work time and leisure time.

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About the author (1997)

Miller helps operate Big Fish, a book packaging company in San Francisco that has produced over fifty art and literary titles.

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