Interstice uses visual metaphor to consider how using minimal information can sometimes be more revealing than a barrage of readily available data. The watercolor and ink drawings in this book reveal the defined edges of white woodcut prints. Light prints on white paper add layers of obscurity rather than illumination.
One-of-a-kind artist's book includes woodcuts printed by hand and drawn on in ink. The title was hand set in Perpetua and printed letterpress on Sekishu paper. Cover size when closed: 6" X 6 1/2," 2012.
This book is a one of a kind.