Toronto-based artist Laurie Kang collages light sensitive paper. In her words: An exercise is repeated an arbitrary thirty-three times over wherein light-sensitive, photographic paper is exposed and torn to make collages and photograms. Circles: various compositions.
Book, 5.5 × 6.5 inches, 68 pages (33 prints), Edition of 50, Inkjet printed & Japanese stab-bound.
Published by Mossless in Queens, NY.
Jim Verburg O/ Divided/Defined, Weights, Measures, and Emotional Geometry
From the ongoing series (I see your point, and I understand your perspective – maybe there is no clear direction, no right or wrong answer. Maybe I’m just seeing it differently – or maybe we’re saying the same thing.)
In this publication, Verburg focuses specifically on the circle and line in his practice, both as an aesthetic celebration of the form, as well as the possibility of form to represent ideas of the whole or self. Moving between image, object and idea – exploring personal and interpersonal negotiations of thought, emotion, intention and meaning.
With this book, Dazibao awards Jim Verburg the Dazibao Prize for his solo exhibition One and Two, presented by Galerie B-312 during the 2011 edition of the Mois de la Photo Ã Montréal. The recipient of the Dazibao Prize is given the opportunity to produce a book as part of Dazibao’s series Les portables.
102 pages, colour offset, hard cover, 2013
Edition of 400
Published by Dazibao, Montréal (Québec) Canada, 2013
1: Laurie Kang 33 Circles.
2: Laurie Kang 33 Circles, framed examples from a varied edition of 33, 2013.
3: Jim Verburg O/ Divided/Defined, Weights, Measures, and Emotional Geometry book cover.
4: Jim Verburg O/ Divided/Defined flip through.
5: Jim Verburg O/ Divided/Defined flip through.