stylus – a project by ann hamilton
Produced in conjunction with the Pulitzer Arts Foundation’s exhibition stylus – a project by ann hamilton (2010-11), this publication includes essays by Ann Hamilton, Steven Henry Madoff, and Matthias Waschek, the curator of stylus. Excerpts from Hamilton’s email correspondence with Waschek are also reproduced here, providing an abstract record of her evolving vision for the project. As the first multi-sensory exploration of Tadao Ando’s architecture and the first commissioned installation by an artist at the Pulitzer, stylus broke new ground in its use of space and sound. Dozens of photographs document the many visual dimensions of the work. This hardcover book also reproduces concordances created during the exhibition and provides a detailed explanation of the installation’s audio by sound designer Shahrokh Yadegari.