Judy Freya Sibayan ‘The Hypertext of HerMe(s)’ new ebook

Judy Freya Sibayan
The Hypertext of HerMe(s)

Judy Freya Sibayan 2014
ISBN: 978-0-9926934-0-4
378-474 pp. 70 illus. 350+ hyperlinks.
Available in .epub format only

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4.50 Epub version only

In this major new ebook, Judy Freya Sibayan reflects on 39 years of her work as an artist, curator, writer, editor of Ctrl+P and teacher. Inspired by Hélène Cixous, the figure of HerMe(s) is invoked for a new kind of artistic autobiography, extensively hyperlinked to the internet and an art practice, evident in major works like Scapular Gallery and Museum of Mental Objects, which developed from her development of a distinctive form of institutional critique.
Judy Freya Sibayan is based in the Philippines. She is the editor of the contemporary art journal, Ctrl+P. Her work was included in the Gwangju Biennale (2002) and in Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hou Hanru’s exhibition Cities on the Move (1997).

Available from http://www.ktpress.co.uk/ebook-details.asp?bookID=13
Preview and purchase now available on Amazon Kindle and Google Play
KT press ebooks are not available in print, nor are they PDFs.
They are .epub format ebooks – with external links to the web and interactive footnotes. These can be read on ipads/iphones (with ibooks); on any PC/MAC/tablet (provided that an epub reader is installed – these are free programmes to read the file); or on devices like Kindle, Kobo or Nook when purchased directly from these stores.

About nparadoxa

n.paradoxa is an international feminist art journal, published since 1996 online and 1998 in print website: www.ktpress.co.uk n.paradoxa is edited by Katy Deepwell
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