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global warming, climate change, letterpress printing, wood engravings (prints), linoleum-block printing, artists' books
1 volume, 170 pages. "Solastalgia" is a term coined over a decade ago by Australian professor of sustainability Glenn Albrecht, which he defined as "the pain experienced when there is recognition that the place where one resides and that one loves is under immediƯate assault.. a form of homesickness one gets when one is still at home." He originally described this emotion as being familiar to people who lived in sacrifice zones-- lands decimated by open-pit mining, or clear-cut logging. But it is quickly becoming, in an era defined by climate change, a universal human experience.--artists' website. Printed on a risograph and a Vandercook Universal I, using metal type, pressure prints, woodcut, linocut, and polymer plates on a variety of French Paper Company papers and some glassine. Sewn boards structure, case binding. In cloth-covered slipcase.
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New York City : S. Nicholls, 2019.
©Nicholls, Sarah, New York, NY: Sarah Nicholls, 2019.
Materials / Techniques
type metal; woodcut (process); woodcuts (prints); linocuts (prints); paper