"This remarkably detailed and thoroughly illustrated book is an absolutely essential reference to the work and thought of the American artist Dan Graham. As both an artist and a theoretician and critic of art and architecture, Graham's work in the media of video, installation and sculpture rigorously explore the artistic ramifications of human imposition on the natural and built environment, often situating itself at the intersection of art and architecture. This volume includes extensive notes by Graham describing each project, its installation and its intention. Along with two interviews with the artist, it provides unprecedented insight into his ideas and their expression." -- publisher's statement. Includes writing by the artist, essays by Alexander Alberro,Friedrich Wolfram Heubach, Brian Hatton, Mark Francis, Gloria Moure, Christine van Assche and Adachiara Zevi. Also includes biography, bibliography, and a list of reproductions.