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"This book is comprised of large woodcuts of water imagery. Carving wood became a key component. Material was a consideration, as wood is a primary element in constructing a house. Spending the time to hand carve the imagery into stubborn plywood became both a catharsis and coping mechanism. Further, by manipulating the scale, viewers can physically interact with the book, in a less passive way than we normally experience. A blind embossment runs throughout the empty spaces, leaving a trace within each void."--http://www.mackenziesuben.com/
15 pages : illustrations ; 26 x 61 cm.
Local Book Arts
artists' books (books)
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The original object was photographed with a NIKON D810 digital camera at 300 ppi as a camera raw file (NEF). The NEF file was then converted to the TIFF format in Adobe Photoshop.