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Cooper Holoweski: Nothing Everything Nothing

Nothing Everything Nothing

Cooper Holoweski

This artist book is inspired by the works of 16th-century theologian Robert Fludd, who attempted to write a volume of books containing all of the knowledge in the universe. Holoweski re- investigates this naively ambitious premise by combining contemporary science with his own spiritual system.

Also influenced by the work of Robert Fludd, Holoweski’s short film, As Above So Below, will be screened at the 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival at 5:15pm on Wednesday, March 27th at the Michigan Theater.

Image: "The Origin of Life" - Page 24-25 from the Artist Book "Nothing Everything Nothing". Inkjet prints on silver paper, laser cut and drumleaf bound. Published by Small Editions, NYC. 2019

Website: Cooper Holoweski

On view at Hatcher Graduate Library (Special Collections Research Center)

This work is featured as part of Bookmarks: Speculating the Futures of the Book and Library, an exhibition of site-specific installations, performances, interventions, and events in U-M libraries, curated by Stamps Dean Guna Nadarajan in partnership with the University of Michigan Library.