Title

Pockets

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Creation Date

2019

Student Status

Graduate student

Year of Graduation

2022

Major

Printmaking

Faculty / Course

Daniel Heyman

Materials + Techniques

Paper, wood

Student Narrative

The piece has three parts: five pockets, a intestine, and a wood stick. Each of the pockets contains different body parts. In the fifth pocket there is a zipper, indicating a wound. All the pieces are made by hand-made paper. It is a murder scene, depicting the abstract idea of abnormal murder and darkness (such as in literature or other kinds of art works) without real blood and hurt and death and harm in people's real life. It can be read both as a book and a sculpture. As a book, each pockets function as a chapter or a page, and the whole book is a person's body.

Keywords

artists' books, Baker & Whitehill

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