Selected work
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Print publication for exhibition of artists' books Pertaining to A Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts. Co-curated by Beth Howe and Larissa Beringer at University of British Columbia's Irving K. Barber Centre.

More on the project here:

http://blogs.eciad.ca/ptas/publications/

Pertaining to a Structure: A Structure of Lawrence Weiner

Pertaining to a Structure: A Structure of Lawrence Weiner

This 1977 artist book by Lawrence Weiner inspired both the concept of the exhibition, its title, and the cover design for the publication.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Details of interior of publication.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

http://blogs.eciad.ca/ptas/

  On the Horizon  is a watery flipbook with a narrative of an indeterminate voyage that is told on the covers and spine.    Interior is offset printed, covers are letterpress printed. Comes with two letterpress postcards. Two versions (Above and Below), each in an edition of 10.     On the Horizon vimeo  

On the Horizon is a watery flipbook with a narrative of an indeterminate voyage that is told on the covers and spine.  

Interior is offset printed, covers are letterpress printed. Comes with two letterpress postcards. Two versions (Above and Below), each in an edition of 10.  

On the Horizon vimeo 

 Library Derives 1-4, 2003-2005,re-issued 2013 for  LIBRO   letterpress and laser printing, open edition sets of 4,  4.5” x 7”  booklets  The practice of the ‘dérive’ was developed by the Situationist International as a way to travel through and experience the city.  I applied their technique of non-predestinated but focused wandering to the library catalog. The resulting writing relates the information I gleaned and charts my erratic path through the texts of the library.   

Library Derives 1-4, 2003-2005,re-issued 2013 for LIBRO

letterpress and laser printing, open edition sets of 4,  4.5” x 7”  booklets

The practice of the ‘dérive’ was developed by the Situationist International as a way to travel through and experience the city.  I applied their technique of non-predestinated but focused wandering to the library catalog. The resulting writing relates the information I gleaned and charts my erratic path through the texts of the library.

 

  The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren,  2011  Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit

The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren, 2011

Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit

  The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren,  2011  Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit.

The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren, 2011

Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit.

  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.  A gnomon is the object on a sundial that casts the shadow and thereby marks the hour. In Greek, it means 'interpreter' or 'one who discerns'.  The text comes from Margaret Scott Gatty's The Book of Sun-Dials, a thorough compendium of mottoes found on sundials located throughout Europe and the United Kingdom and published in London by Chiswick Press in 1872.  The images of urban gnomons were collected in Reno, Nevada in 2008.   

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

A gnomon is the object on a sundial that casts the shadow and thereby marks the hour. In Greek, it means 'interpreter' or 'one who discerns'.

The text comes from Margaret Scott Gatty's The Book of Sun-Dials, a thorough compendium of mottoes found on sundials located throughout Europe and the United Kingdom and published in London by Chiswick Press in 1872.  The images of urban gnomons were collected in Reno, Nevada in 2008.

 

  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.   

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

 

  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.      

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

 

 

  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.   

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

 

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Print publication for exhibition of artists' books Pertaining to A Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts. Co-curated by Beth Howe and Larissa Beringer at University of British Columbia's Irving K. Barber Centre.

More on the project here:

http://blogs.eciad.ca/ptas/publications/

Pertaining to a Structure: A Structure of Lawrence Weiner

This 1977 artist book by Lawrence Weiner inspired both the concept of the exhibition, its title, and the cover design for the publication.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Details of interior of publication.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts

Sample page of publication: annotated bibliographies of artists books and rare books included in the exhibition.

http://blogs.eciad.ca/ptas/

On the Horizon is a watery flipbook with a narrative of an indeterminate voyage that is told on the covers and spine.  

Interior is offset printed, covers are letterpress printed. Comes with two letterpress postcards. Two versions (Above and Below), each in an edition of 10.  

On the Horizon vimeo 

Library Derives 1-4, 2003-2005,re-issued 2013 for LIBRO

letterpress and laser printing, open edition sets of 4,  4.5” x 7”  booklets

The practice of the ‘dérive’ was developed by the Situationist International as a way to travel through and experience the city.  I applied their technique of non-predestinated but focused wandering to the library catalog. The resulting writing relates the information I gleaned and charts my erratic path through the texts of the library.

 

The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren, 2011

Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit

The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren, 2011

Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit.

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

A gnomon is the object on a sundial that casts the shadow and thereby marks the hour. In Greek, it means 'interpreter' or 'one who discerns'.

The text comes from Margaret Scott Gatty's The Book of Sun-Dials, a thorough compendium of mottoes found on sundials located throughout Europe and the United Kingdom and published in London by Chiswick Press in 1872.  The images of urban gnomons were collected in Reno, Nevada in 2008.

 

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

 

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

 

 

Gnomon, 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.

Edition of 19, 1 AP.

 

Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts
Pertaining to a Structure: A Structure of Lawrence Weiner
Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts
Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts
Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts
Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts
Pertaining to a Structure: A Conversation in Six Parts
  On the Horizon  is a watery flipbook with a narrative of an indeterminate voyage that is told on the covers and spine.    Interior is offset printed, covers are letterpress printed. Comes with two letterpress postcards. Two versions (Above and Below), each in an edition of 10.     On the Horizon vimeo  
 Library Derives 1-4, 2003-2005,re-issued 2013 for  LIBRO   letterpress and laser printing, open edition sets of 4,  4.5” x 7”  booklets  The practice of the ‘dérive’ was developed by the Situationist International as a way to travel through and experience the city.  I applied their technique of non-predestinated but focused wandering to the library catalog. The resulting writing relates the information I gleaned and charts my erratic path through the texts of the library.   
  The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren,  2011  Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit
  The Function of the Studio, by Daniel Buren,  2011  Edition of 25 chapbooks, created on-site for the exhibit 'The Unspeakable Compromise of the Portable Work', curated by Barb Choit.
  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.  A gnomon is the object on a sundial that casts the shadow and thereby marks the hour. In Greek, it means 'interpreter' or 'one who discerns'.  The text comes from Margaret Scott Gatty's The Book of Sun-Dials, a thorough compendium of mottoes found on sundials located throughout Europe and the United Kingdom and published in London by Chiswick Press in 1872.  The images of urban gnomons were collected in Reno, Nevada in 2008.   
  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.   
  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.      
  Gnomon , 2008, 7 in. x 9.5 in, stab-bound 'pouch' binding, letterpress printed using hand-set lead type and polymer plate images, 9 double-layered pages. Printed at Black Rock Press, University of Nevada at Reno.  Edition of 19, 1 AP.