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Look, Look, Look...A Playful Book
The children’s book artist uses the full potentiality: form, color, material, text, and images forming an indivisible and interdependent whole. These books are not designed to be read, they are not merely the support of a text: they are a complete creation.
Opulence: Not Everything that Glitters is Gold
Our 2018 Artist Members exhibition is of artwork that looks behind the velvet curtain, in particular at our current economic, social, political, ecological, and cultural issues/concerns. There are also playful works that have multiple lawyers of meaning and interpretations.
Inside/Out: Family, Memory, Loss, Displacement
This exhibition features twenty-six self-published photobooks, varying in sizes and aspect, usually printed in small editions. Their form varies from the classic, traditionally printed book to the zine, the folio, the leporello book, the panoramic shape, the I-phone… The range of media also varies from gelatin prints to C-prints, collotype, inkjet and Xerox.
Featured Artist Project: Monica Ong
Monica Ong is a visual artist and poet whose hybrid image-poems juxtapose diagram and diary, bearing witness to silenced histories of the body.
2018 Master Faculty Fellow: Sally Alatalo: Cultivating Book and Land
Sally Alatalo’s practice coalesces around a habit of parsing the quotidian for all it’s worth, and percolates in the hybrid realms of language collage, visual poetry, artists’ books, unruly archives and performative events. Her current projects originate in the rehabilitation of an orchard and woodlands in rural SW Michigan as a site to investigate agri/horti/cultur/al practices.