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Remedios_1995_Ladies1_Cover.JPG
This traditionally bound book is a collection of works from 36 contributors from the United States, New Zealand, and England. Each entry retains the unique materials and techniques of the original submission. Most contributions were published…

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Folded in the shape a pamphlet, the paper is cut so that when blue and red paper are inserted it takes on the stripes of the flag. The text is a collection of quotes about voting and choice. Quotes include: Aristotle, Louis D. Brandeis, Goethe,…

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This moveable artists' book is inspired by the Philadelphia Museum of Art's archive of Surrealist photographs, correspondence, ephemera, and artwork. Opening this book reveals digital reroductions of objects from the archive, a pop-up dollhouse,…

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Creating a textual and audio artists' book, this work honors the role of Oneida language in cultural identity. The Oneida language is in danger of dying out, and due to blood laws the artist's son will not be eligible for tribal membership. To…

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This small book touches on Mita Mahato's interests in habitat, species, and identity. A four-pane sequential layout describes a salmon run in the Pacific Northwest, and her companion's role in helping a few travel further upstream.

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A catalogue of loose note cards from a Conceptual art exhibition curated by Lucy Lippard. Held at the Seattle Art Museum in 1969, the title is taken from the city's population. As the show toured it's named changed to population of those locations:…

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A reproduction of the exhibition catalogue, 4,492,040, which was a set of loose note cards from a Conceptual art exhibition curated by Lucy Lippard. Held at the Seattle Art Museum in 1969, the title is taken from the city's population. As the show…

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This book tells the story of the author's journey to two unfamiliar places: Europe and her breast cancer diagnosis upon returning. Using a single backboard, the illustration pages hinge on the left and the text on the right. The maze-like structure…

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Written in both French and English, this book includes a tea bag containing slivers of Articles 1-3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Reflecting the title, images of a crane in a strip mined landscape appear around a pyramid also…

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This expanded definition of an artists' book consists of a set of laminated instructions adhered to a funeral body bag. Kermaire's work often focuses on social issues"," and this work came from her travels to two Greek islands that are focal points…
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