I Want to Be A Machine: Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi

National Galleries of Scotland

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Keith Hartley

Softcover | 19.99 x 0.36 x 22.38 cm | 36 pp

National Galleries of Scotland | 2018 | 9781911054306

Through the early works of Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi, this book traces the development of their deep obsession with the machine. Looking at the way that both artists began in the late 1940s and the years following, the book illustrates their fascination with popular culture and the methods that they used in creating their art.

The book is illustrated with very different visual outcomes that say as much about the artist's American and European backgrounds as about their individual takes on modern culture. Warhol's screenprints were about Hollywood stars and the American Dream of making it big and a growing realisation that he was forever set apart. Paolozzi's dreams were of a voracious yearning for knowledge, the capacity for which only a machine - some supercomputer of the future - could accomplish.


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