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Minutes: Dance Steps for the Beleagured: Being an Enquiry into the Nature, Order and Methodology of the Professional Aggregation: Containing Triangulations and Refutations of Dynamic Manipulatives by Two Persons of Letters, hitherto referred to as Dr. Flansbaum-Pierce and Dr. Francis J. Ascetabon

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2012

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Special Collections N7433.4 S65 M56 2012

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[Lebanon, New Hampshire]: Olfactory Press

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Sarah M. Smith is the Book Arts Printer at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire. Minutes was printed in 2012, while she was at an artist’s residency at Asheville Bookworks in Asheville, North Carolina. It is a book about meetings, people and their behavior before, during, and after such occasions. Animal behavior, animal mimicry, flocking patterns and other disparate images and texts form the content. Minutes not only shows off Smith’s excellent skill as a printer and artist, but also her great sense of humour. In 2016, Smith was Printer in Residence at Otakou Press, University of Otago.

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Sarah M. Smith, “Minutes: Dance Steps for the Beleagured: Being an Enquiry into the Nature, Order and Methodology of the Professional Aggregation: Containing Triangulations and Refutations of Dynamic Manipulatives by Two Persons of Letters, hitherto referred to as Dr. Flansbaum-Pierce and Dr. Francis J. Ascetabon,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed July 17, 2019, http://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/11316.

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