Johanna Drucker. “History of the/my Wor(l)d”, 1990. Granary Books. Edition 1, Object 1. Page 40-41. http://www.artistsbooksonline.org
Friday, February 8, 2013
4:30 to 7:00 PM
Denison Museum (Burke Hall), Directions
DRUCKWORKS: 40 Years of Books and Projects by Johanna Drucker
Johanna Drucker is a distinguished writer, typographic poet, and scholar-critic. The DRUCKWORKS retrospective allows audiences to experience the course of her artistic development while offering key insights into the evolution of the field of artists’ books as an interdisciplinary, and often collaborative, artistic and literary activity.
Organized by the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago.
Book + Art: The Reading Room
Book + Art: The Reading Room features books by Ohio artists and is the result of sabbatical research conducted by Denison’s own University Archivist Heather Lyle.
Artist Books Print Project
The works in this exhibition were created in Denison University’s Introduction to Print course and addressed an exploration of memory including place and time a reflection on our private and shared environment. Introduction to Print was taught by Visiting Professor Melissa Vogley-Woods in Fall 2012.
Queer Graphix Zines
Zines about GLBTQ artists and art movements created by students in Associate Professor Ron Abram’s Queer Graphix course, a Denison University Studio Art/Queer Studies course dealing with alternative queer art-making practices and aesthetics with a focus on issues of identity, gender, orientation and sexuality.
Exhibitions on view February 8, 2013 – May 11, 2013
Free and open to the public.