Complete Spring 2017 Scripps College Press Artists’ Books
– Out of Print –
Set $1136 plus CA State Tax Set includes one copy of:
- A Feminist Introduction to Data Structures
- Between the Lines
- Finding My Sunflowers
- Message Received
- What is this World?
A Feminist Introduction to Data Structures describes four commonly used data structures in computer science. Letterpress printed in a stab binding, this artist’s book introduces data structures to feminists, and feminism to computer scientists. 11.75″ x 8.5″
Between the Lines is a leather-bound book that features a french twist binding style. With letterpress text and linocuts, this artist’s book contains a series of maps featuring places that caused the artist to reflect on the feeling of un-belonging and displacement. Each map has corresponding poetry, like short vignettes, that shed light on particular and salient aspects of the artist’s transient residence. 4″ x 6″
Finding My Sunflowers is a hardcover carousel book featuring intricate papercuts and screenprinted cover. Bound in Japanese bookcloth and letterpress printed with pressure prints, this artist’s book contains a series of original poems that focus upon the necessity of experiencing tragedy and hardship for the development of a brighter and bolder self. 5.5″ x 4.5″
Fledged is a collection of five myths behind the Aquila, or eagle, constellation. Contained in a leather cover, the 4″ x 4″ booklets were printed on Rives Bfk and Chinese Heather papers using linocuts, handset letterpress, and a digital reprint of an original monotype. 4″ x 4″
Message Received is an imagined conversation between the author and the reader about their communication. It is a letterpress printed accordion with linocuts and watercolor images. Pull-out tabs allow the reader to alter the dialogue. 6.25″ x 3.25″
Reminders is an accordion style book with six linocuts. Each print, some of which have multiple layers, is overlaid with handset letterpress text. Each little phrase calls upon the reader to take an active role in finding peace. 3.25’’ X 4.25’’
Tooth features an original, letterpress printed poem on loss and grief accompanied by linocut illustrations in a modified stab binding. 7.5″ x 6″
What is this World? consists of handset letterpress text and linocuts. Combining natural scenes and text, the artist contemplates how we can come together despite opposing views in an increasingly divided and divisive society. The edition size is fifteen copies. 4.625″ x 5.875″
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