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Artists' Books by the Artist's Last Name T
Might Makes Right by
Call Number: Artists' Books PN4836.Z3 T37 2009c
Publication Date: 2009
"The concept of "woman" addressed by design and advertising consists of cultural fantasies as well as demographic facts. It is our roles as artists to make the spectator see the world our way, not his way." Emily Tareila '10. 1 folded sheet. 28 cm. Digitally printed.
In Solidarity by
Call Number: Artists' Books N7433.4.W664 I6 2017
Publication Date: Women's Studio Workshop, 2017
The Women’s Studio Workshop invited twelve artists working in the social terrains of California, Kentucky, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and Tennessee to consider the safety pin’s rise as the symbol of contemporary protest. The resulting portfolio, In Solidarity, captures the waves of distrust, encouragement, criticism, and hope in calls for allyship following the 2016 presidential election. Silkscreen and digitally printed. Edition of 35. Crossett owns number 5. Signed. Loose leaf with case.
Artist's Book Ideation Cards by
Call Number: Artists' Books N7433.4.T48 A85 2013
Publication Date: Flying Fish Press, 2013
Artist's Book Ideation Cards was designed as an aid to the book artist. Barb Tetenbaum developed the original set of artist's book ideation cards for use in her teaching practice. This version was further developed and designed in collaboration with Julie Chen. Use the cards to jump-start a new project or inform one that is already in progress. There are two decks in the set: category cards and adjective cards. Start by separating the cards in Deck 1 into the seven categories [text, image, structure, paper, layout, technique and color]. Place the cards face down and choose one card at random from each stack. This will give you a basic 'recipe' for your project. Then choose five adjective cards at random from Deck 2. These will give you further information to use however you decide. If you want, you can exchange one category card and one adjective card. Wild cards are included in Deck 2 to offer additional challenges
Call Number: Artists' Books NE890 .T486 2001
Senior work by Adeia Thompson '01. Sheets with poems, hand-inked calligraphy in Chinese, fold down when wood toggle is unhinged, revealing the English translation. Letterpress and ink calligraphy. 5 leaves. 40 cm. Handmade paper. Japanese Stab binding. Signed.
The Color-Word Value Index by
Call Number: Artists' Books N7433.4.T47 C6 2013
Publication Date: Women's Studio Workshop, 2013
The Color-Word Value Index (CWVI) is a taxonomy of colors, words, symbols, and numbers based on color theory in psychology, mysticism, and early modernism. The CWVI project (2008–ongoing) is designed to generate a series of interlocking bodies of work over time in a range of media: painting, drawing, video, artist’s books, and décor. All CWVI work imagines a cultic belief in the properties of the Index—44 word pairings; 10 colors; 5 suits; values of positive, negative, and neutral; and a relativism that evokes chance and reversals such as mirroring, flipping, and doubling. Double gatefold;16 pages; silkscreen and letterpress; 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches
Edition of 50. Crossett owns number 28
Call Number: Artists' Books NB853.T5 H8413 1975b
Publication Date: 1975
A pioneer of kinetic sculpture, Jean Tinguely worked in the Dada tradition, satirizing industrial society’s overproduction of material with his complex assemblages of metal and machinery. In the mid-1950s Jean Tinguely began production of a series of generative works titled Métamatics: machines that produced art works. This book includes an original mechanical "meta-matic" felt tip pen drawing made on Meta-Matic No. 8, by Björn Springfeldt and signed by Tinguely. Fold outs and printed vellum overlays throughout. Hardcover binding with folding flap and catch in form of briefcase. Edition of 500. Crossett owns number B 117.
This Original Self by
Call Number: Artists' Books N7433.4.T84 T45 2001
Publication Date: Women's Studio Workshop, 2001
A delicate, but haunting series of portraits accompanies the reader through the search for self hidden in the pieces of the missing past. The absence and loss of family identity associated with adoption is explored through the method of devore printing that leaves a transparent imagery behind. 14 x 175 cm. folded to 14 x 12 cm. Edition of 100. Paper: Framed silk. Printing method: Letterpress, devore screen print. Accordion Fold
the monumental misrememberings by
Publication Date: 2020
the monumental misrememberings is a meditation on death. It’s a curious insight on the creative and violent ways in which Black girls, women, trans women and femmes often become displaced, experience death, and subjugation as a result of patriarchal systems in America. This debut collection of poems by Mimi Tempestt operates through this specific lens, not to romanticize the pain of Black femme bodies, but to bring light to this sadistic truth. When we turn on the television, when we log into social media, when we look in the mirror, the normalcy of how often and creatively Black women are murdered weighs on our conscience. the monumental misrememberings addresses our unwillingness to grapple with these violences, and places front and center the realities faced by Black femmes. Published by CO-Conspirator Press. 88 p.; 21 x 15 cm. Perfect Binding. Risograph.