The Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection (JFABC) digital library is an online guide and finding aid for the rich collection of artists’ publications available in Flaxman Library Special Collections. The JFABC brings together close to ten thousand artists’ publications in all formats and media including: books, zines, multiples, video and audio recordings, digital works, periodicals, and other intimate works of art created by artists of local, national, and international significance. Focusing on materials published from the 1960s to the present, it is complemented by collections of reference works and exhibition catalogues to support in-depth research on artists’ publishing.
Xerox copy of the complete Kaftra writings (1971), which was digitally scanned, reversed, and rebounded as the original mirror image of its self.; Book was produced for SAIC Deep Storage Class in 2004...
Photo negatives scanned and printed, along with text by the artist. "An examination of what happens in the intermingling of bodies with other bodies. Working through the fraught nature of contact... Read more
Two companion books consisting of photos and short poems that relate to the moon. "The concept is about discussing the relationship between text and image; to see how the full text, full image, a... Read more
A photo book about a first relationship that was thought to last forever. Features documentation of a long-distance relationship enduring hurt, happiness, and uncertainty through social media screensh... Read more
A handbook and photobook on how to be a sibling to others who do not have one. "I was born under China's one-child policy. Growing up alone is a special experience to me. While I get to rece... Read more
Offset Production Group Project by the Fall 2018's Offset Production Class taught by Thomas Denlinger. Additional contributors include: Emma Akins, Kaelyn Becker, Mak Hepler-Gonzalez, Avery Kim,... Read more
"A collaborative book project by Daniele Vickers and Americo Gariety where we examine our shared religious epistemological shifts, while using repurposed Mormon visual material. These images (and... Read more