I find the literal board-paper-thread-glue-ink-word essence of the book offers a unique platform to cut into, build onto and/or burst out of in both two and three dimensional ways. The process is quite intimate, not unlike the reading of a book, where pages are touched, pierced and sewn; words scanned and considered. There is something deeply satisfying about physically carving into the depth of a book; about taking an existing work of art and giving it a new context; about bringing together found words and images from disparate sources to orchestrate a new creative relationship.The duality of the book as both a visual object and a conduit for ideas is a source of constant inspiration.
Thought Is A Bird Weeping
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