Notes from the Ground 

Essay published in JAB 36 (Journal of Artists' Books) Fall 2014


From the essay:

"Over the three years I worked on my latest book, The Ground—a kind of memoir about a different book I buried in Pennsylvania mixed with images of hydrofracking and other mining sites—my studio and creative process have been in a state of perpetual interruption without grounding. The following is an anecdoted topography of my constantly transitioning studio practice while working on The Ground."


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