Part I Field: the scope of the book.
1. Artists' books: historical context
2 Qualities and characteristics of artists' books
3 Architecture and printed media
4 Recording time, place and memory Part II Page: the book as cumulation 5 The line within architectural documentation 6 Architectural drawing and the page Part III Volume: the book as vessel 7 The objecthood of the book 8 The book as folded model 9 The temporality of interiority Part IV Series: the book as sequence 10 The reproducibility of drawings / buildings / books 11 The book as exhibition Conclusion Bibliography Index
Dr Marian Macken teaches in design and architectural media at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Marian's research examines histories and theories of spatial representation; temporal aspects of architecture; and the book form, with particular interest in the implications and possibilities for architectural drawing and exhibition as design outcome. Her work has been acquired by various international public collections of artists' books.