Los Alamos to Vietnam.
Photographs by Meridel Rubenstein. Essays by Lucy Lippard, Rebecca Solnit, and James Crump. With an Introduction by Terry Tempest Williams.
St. Ann's Press,
192 pp., 140 color illustrations, 11¼x10¾".
"Place:We are tethered to it by way of family, culture, myth,
personal stories, biorhythms, land. These are some of the
tenuous threads that bind us to our home. These strands can be broken by war, cultural displacement, divorce, natural disaster. As an artist I try to reweave these sticky broken threads."-Meridel Rubenstein. With these words, Rubenstein
introduces a collection of images and writings that showcase her varied and thought-provoking images, from the 1970s to the present. The bodies of work included are Millennial Forest (2000-01), The Low Riders (1980-81), An Extended Landscape (1981-1985), Labyrinths and Constellations (1984-87), Critical Mass (1989-93), Oppenheimer's Chair (1995), Joan's Arc I (1996-98), Joan's Arc/Vietnam (1997-98), and Trees at Sea (1994-2004).
Limited edition of 30 copies: Includes a unique pre-ambertype print (image shown here) using digital vegetable inks on tree bark paper coated with gum arabic and gold mica. Signed and numbered by the artist.
View Print: Millenial Forest
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