good, good, good
handmade paper (abaca, linen), pulp imaging, letterpress (pressure printing), wood
My interest lies in examining a sequence of events that repeats—cycles. Melding transparency with overprinted text, this piece captures the fragility of life, breath and limited language. “good, good, good” reveals the few words/statements my grandmother was able to say for the remaining 30 years of her determined life. She survived a massive stroke that left her paralyzed on her right side and afflicted with severe Aphasia, a language disorder that affects the ability to communicate. This book provides a view into the routine complexity of daily life, transforming a mixture of real and surreal memories into a translucent container filled with childhood remembrance.
Bullying: with a Capital A
handmade paper (abaca), hand-stitching, letterpress (wood type)
Edition of five