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Author Hayes, Paula, book artist.
Title Lucid Green / Paula Hayes.
Publication Info. New York, NY : Published by Carolina Nitsch, 2013.
Jersey City, NJ : Printed and bound at Conveyor Studio.
Location Call No. Status OPAC Message
 SASB - Print Collection Rm 308  Spencer Coll. Amer. 2013 16-23    AVAILABLE  BY APPT ONLY

Details

Description 100 unnumbered pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 28 cm in box 33 x 27 x 5 cm
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Note "Limited edition of 45 with 12 AP, signed, numbered, and dated, 11 1/2 x 9 inches. Deluxe edition of V with III AP, signed, numbered, and dated, housed in a cast acrylic case fabricated by Colbar Art, Long Island City, NY, 22 3/4 x 13 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, incised with initial and number"--Colophon. Deluxe edition also includes additional suite of 48 unbound prints; see Carolina Nitsch website (viewed June 9, 2016).
This record describes the limited edition of 45 with 12 AP.
Local Note Spencer Coll. copy is no. 4/45; signed by Paula Hayes.
Note Name of artist and publication/printing information from colophon.
Summary Digitally produced. Includes photographic images and photocollages incorporating letterpress verse and prose. "Lucid Green by Paula Hayes, 2013, relies equally on image, typography and word to create a poetic place in which the reader is invited to enter through the various means the book offers as a portal. Every aspect of the book offers carefully nuanced details of the experience of Lucid Green; a nature sanctuary set in an unknown time in the future. That future is a type of space and time that is different than the one we are in when we read the book, we are told, by the book's main character, Jill Poet. Jill is a being from another planet named Thear, who has come to Earth after an event called The Disappearance. The book's 3 chapters; 1) Jill Poet, 2) The Disappearance and 3) Wonder, bring the reader to an expression of ambiguity and surrender while feeling deep love, as a visitor, for a dying planet"--Artist's website, viewed June 9, 2016.
Note "Printed on 80lb Mohawk Superfine on an HP Indigo Press. Text by the artist, typeset in Fedra Mono"--Colophon.
Binding Limited edition of 45 with 12 AP: Issued in hand-cut white Neoprene wrappers secured to Smythe-sewn signatures with a white elastic band. Housed in a sage green cloth-covered clamshell case.
Subject Time travel -- Fiction.
Space and time -- Fiction.
Hayes, Paula.
Space and time. (OCoLC)fst01127622
Time travel. (OCoLC)fst01151176
Genre/Form Artists' books -- United States -- 21st century.
Typefaces (Type evidence) -- Fedra Mono.
Bookbinding (Binding) -- Artificial rubber bindings.
Neoprene.
Place of Publication United States New York New York.
Added Author Carolina Nitsch Project Room (Gallery), publisher.
Conveyor Arts, printer, binder.
Research Call Number Spencer Coll. Amer. 2013 16-23