01.01.CM: Collection of Museum of Ordure
Cox, G., Brisley, S. and Balcioglu, M. Cox, G. and Kokholm, M. (ed.) (2014). 01.01.CM: Collection of Museum of Ordure. Aarhus Antipyrine.
|Authors||Cox, G., Brisley, S. and Balcioglu, M.|
|Editors||Cox, G. and Kokholm, M.|
The Communist Manifesto was first printed as a 24 page pamphlet in February 1848, in London. Since that time, it has been reproduced in countless contexts — making it not only one of the most widely read texts ever, both one that continues to be disputed for the efficacy of its call to action. It has been subject to various editions and translations, but the various covers that package the manifesto exemplify the complexity of ways it has been received, perceived, used and abused across different times and places. All publishers are presented with the paradoxical issue of how to design its cover and market such a text — to confront it both in terms of form and function, use and exchange value.
|01 Jan 2014|
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|Accepted||01 Jan 2014|
|Deposited||16 Jun 2020|
|Place of publication||Aarhus|
|Web address (URL)||https://antipyrine.dk/products/0101cm-collection-of-the-museum-of-ordure|
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