This exhibition presents artists’ books, book-related works, and new media that are visual interpretations, extrapolations, and recontextualizations of researched source materials such as data analysis, surveying, mapping, plotting, data mining, statistics, analytics, observations, and schemes.
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The Center presents new work by the 2011 Workspace residents are James Case-Leal, Liz Linden, Colin McMullan, and Heidi Neilson.
As an extension of the broad survey Social Paper, co-curated by Jessica Cochran and Melissa Potter in 2014, Pulp as Portal adds to growing discourse around the contemporary art of hand papermaking as socially engaged art. The exhibition reveals the artist’s book—specifically bookworks, publications, zines and printed matter—as both artwork and outcome: How do hand papermakers today animate the ethos of social engagement, activism, community, and collectivity in the processes they employ to make paper? How are these ideas at play and embodied in the resulting books and printed matter?
Organized by Alexander Campos, Executive Director & Curator, Center for Book Arts
This exhibition examines two of the Center’s core programs: the Artist-in-Residence Workspace Grant program and the Scholarship for Advanced Study in Book Arts. As part of the Center’s 40th anniversary year, selected work is shown from 60 artists who participated in these programs over the last ten years.
SP Weather Station is an interdisciplinary project that collects weather data and produces weather-related events, publications, and exhibitions. Each year, SPWS publishes a collated portfolio of weather reports. This exhibit features six years of monthly editions by 85 artists.
This year’s Artist Members Exhibition brings together current members of the Center’s artistic community and invited artists who use actual thread as a design element to convey both content and form. Artworks featured in this exhibition represent a broad range of book and related arts, including prints, books, sculptures, and multi-media installation.
The 2008 members’ exhibition that examines book and related arts that have a playful, game-like, and/or interactive characteristic.