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Chen, Julie



  • Existence: 1963-

Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:

Science Imagined: An Exhibition of the Book as Art / Apianus P ; Black L ; Burch K ; Bytheriver M ; Chen J ; Colby S ; Cutler-Shaw J ; Deschamps F ; Golden A ; Hobson C ; Leavitt N ; McGurk R ; Ng K ; Thomas D ; Thomas P ; Walkup K ; Yule D ; Connors M ; Honn T ; O'Banion N ; Rapoport S ; Waanders H., 1996

Identifier: CC-41380-43363
Scope and Contents In her introductory essay, "Experiments in Print: A Brief History," Robin E. Rider describes Peter Apianus' great work "La cosmographie de Pedro Apiano" and the construction of the volvelles. The Sackner Archive holds a facsimile edition of this work. The book artists selected for this exhibition were influenced and stimlated with contemporary or historical scientific works and theories. The following is an abridged reproduction of Rider's essay. The first century after Gutenberg witnessed dramatic changes in the book, as well as the opening of the period known as the Scientific Revolution. But more than that, the early printed book of science, like many an artist's book since, helped to push the envelope-that is, it made special demands on the new technologies of printing, and prompted significant attempts to break the bounds of the printed page in order to encompass scientific information and images. To meet the needs of authors and readers, flat, static pages, mainly...
Dates: 1996

Sock & Kiss / Fluke, Gordon, editor; Risseeuw, John L., editor; Bruggeman I; Carter S; Chen J; Ellis EV; Fluke G; Golden A; Hardwick T; Honn T; King S; Licher B; O'Connell M; Phelan M; Price R; Reese H; Risseeuw J; Schneider U; Smith EK; Faust D; Stern C; Tetenbaum B; Tisdale W; VanVleit C; Kennedy APjr; Faye JR; Stolz U., 2001

Identifier: CC-36694-38508
Scope and Contents

This portfolio, solicited and collated by Fluke and Risseeuw, was shown for the first time at the Cortona International Print Symposium: A Print Odyssey 2001. The editors define sock as " printing, the use of heavy pressure, usually on dampened paper, to drive types that may be uneven or worn deep into the paper for a readable text." They defined Kiss as " printing, a light impression with just enough pressure to transfer the ink from type to paper, leaving no permanent indentation in the paper." The paper stock for the prints varies widely as do the techniques of printing. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2001

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