"I often envision the flag book as a movable screen to define space. Light and shadow capture my interest. At Penland I came across pieces of mica with inherent markings. They were transformed into this flag book. One day I hope to commission a similar but much larger structure. 23 x 30 x 2 cm. Photograph by Paul Warchol." Hedi Kyle is the originator of the technique.
Flag Book Binding Bind-O-Rama || The Book Arts Web
Samantha Lee Sacred Anomalies: Infiltrating Landscape Surveys (2011) Survey Instruments: Lidar Technology This project by Samantha Lee AA Diploma 6 The project explores the act of mapping as a political act. Mapping becomes a means of claiming ownership, of demarcating the contesting landscape. This is explored through a series of diagrammatic practices that seek to decode this landscape, re-inscribing the historical significance of the landscape to the Aboriginal community. Some of the…
Field_Notes – Deep Time is in search of artistic and scientific responses to the dichotomy between human time-perception and comprehension, and the time of biological, environmental, and geological processes in which we are embedded. The local sub-Arctic nature, ecology, and geology, as well as the scientific environment and infrastructure of the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station will act as a catalyst for the work carried out.