I have a cold, fruit flies in the kitchen, two cats that hate each other, large amounts of fake leather book cloth to dispose of, and nothing to look forward to other than more January. That’s what January letterpress is made of. I’m moving slowly on my experiment, but at least I’ve gotten to the racy part. (See above.)
On the other hand, it’s not snowing. Perhaps it won’t be snowing on Wednesday either, and you’ll be inspired to come to this:
Everything in Time
January 19, 2011 – April 2, 2011
Organized by Tate Shaw, Director, Visual Studies Workshop
Everything in Time presents prints, installations, videos, conceptual poetry, and bookworks about the experience of an excess of imagery and information. The exhibition includes twenty-six artists with clever approaches to the surplus of information encountered in ordinary life.
Also on view:
Featured Artist Projects:
Guy Laramee: The Great Wall
Mara Adamitz Scrupe: I Own This Land
Opening reception for all three exhibitions Wednesday, January 19th, 6 to 8 pm at the Center for Book Arts.