Saros reflects on how peripheral information can abruptly become a defining concern. Quarter pages and pages infused with encaustic wax reveal subsequent imagery. Saros experiments with how murky, low light might allow visual meaning to transform rapidly in a dreamlike way that is both seamless and jarringly abrupt.
One-of-a-kind artist's book includes monoprints and woodcuts printed by hand on Sekishu paper and painted with ink and encaustic wax. The book includes the poem "Subliminal" by Lorine Niedecker which is hand written in graphite. Cover size when closed: 6 1/4" X 9 3/4," 2012.
This book is a one of a kind.