CHARLES TAMKÓ SIRATÓ:
THE HISTORY OF THE DIMENSIONIST MANIFESTO
ALBUM I OF DIMENSIONISM (non-Euclidean arts)
The Systematisation of Avant-Garde Arts
Texts edited and notes written by: Júlia Klaniczay. Postscript by: László L. Simon
Artpool – Magyar Műhely Kiadó, Budapest, 2010, 198 p.
Book supplement: Manifeste Dimensioniste, 1936 (reprint)
[internet site of the publication (Hungarian)]
English translation of the Content page of the publication
This album consists of the following parts:
A) The text of The Dimensionist Manifesto
Excerpts from the Mosaic and the flyer for the first edition
B) The history of The Dimensionist Manifesto
1. The emergence of Planism in Hungary
2. How the theory of Dimensionism developed from Planism in Paris
3. Who signed The Dimensionist Manifesto and in what order
4. The first edition of The Dimensionist Manifesto: Paris, 1936
5. The second edition of The Dimensionist Manifesto: Paris-New York, 1937
6. The third edition of The Dimensionist Manifesto: Paris, 1965
7. The first Dimensionist Album, 1966
C) Illustrations [Reconstruction]
Non-Euclidean Art I.
(art mutations derived from literature)
Non-Euclidean Art II.
(art mutations derived from painting)
Non-Euclidean Art III.
(rigid art mutations of sculpture)
Non-Euclidean Art IV.
(art mutations derivable from the vaporisation of sculpture;
“cosmic art”, “matter-music”, “total-sensory” etc. art mutations)
The Story of a Night (linear version)
Introduction to the Novel Brick
The Life of Bernard in the Novel Brick
Additions to texts, addendum
The Art of Fraction-words (Manifesto)