THE STORY OF E.A.T. : EXPERIMENTS IN ART AND TECHNOLOGY 1960-2001 by Billy Klüver
Self Published, 2001 proof copy, Unpaginated, 8 1/2 " X 11" Spiral bound pages
A proof copy of the essay that accompanied the exhibition, "The Story of E.A.T.: Experiments in Art and Technology, 1960 - 2001". It was first shown in Rome in Summer 2001, then at Sonnabend Gallery in January 2002. The exhibition went to Lafayette College in the spring 2002, then to the Evolution Festival in Leeds, England, and University of Washington, in Seattle. In 2003 it traveled to San Diego State University in San Diego, California and then to a gallery in Santa Maria, California, run by Ardison Phillips who was the artist who managed the Pepsi Pavilion in 1970. From April to June 2003 a Japanese version was shown at a large exhibition at the NTT Intercommunication Center (ICC) in Tokyo which also included a number of object/artifacts and documents and E.A.T. posters, as well as works of art that Klüver and E.A.T. were involved in. A similar showing took place in Norrköping Museum of Art, Norrköping, Sweden in September 2004. Rare.