Max Goldfarb's Handbook for Human Machines is an artist's book comprising two aspects of visual research material instrumental in forming "Human Machine," a radio program produced by Goldfarb for the Wave Farm and broadcast from FM station WGXC.org in New York's Hudson Valley. Together, the Handbook and the program accumulate, organize and represent developments for the extension and evolution of humans, depicting an evolving anatomy and shifting constructs of personhood. Past episodes of the program are located in the Wave Farm transmission arts archive; wavefarm.org.
- 6'' x 9'' x 0.625''
- Free Reading Commons
This item originated from: Pilot Editions