Megan N. Liberty
MEGAN N. LIBERTY is a writer based in Brooklyn. Her interests include text and image, artists' books and ephemera, and archive curatorial practices.
APR 2017 | Art Books
Can reading be a form of making? And if reading is making, what, then, of publishing? Two recent publications take these questions as their starting points.
MAR 2016 | Art Books
The British art critic Lawrence Alloway, one of the earliest theorists of Pop Art, wrote that the “term [Pop Art] refers to the use of popular art sources by fine artists: movie stills, science fiction, advertisements, games boards, heroes of the mass media.”
OCT 2015 | Art Books
John Cage’s musical compositions are known for requiring a high level of interpretation on the part of the musician: they are more of a collaboration with the composer than a direct translation of written notes into auditory musical form.
JUNE 2017 | Art Books
How do we enter a book? How do we move around in it and travel between its pages, chapters, and various corners and openings? These are some of the questions Tate Shaw asks in his collection, Blurred Library: Essays on Artists’ Books.
JUL-AUG 2016 | Art Books
Some artists, such as Bianca Stone and Jon-Michael Frank, are responding to the new order of things through the genre of poetry comics, which combine illustrations with brief lines of text.