Material Assumptions Opening Reception!

Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue opened on Friday to a great crowd! It was followed by a roundtable with participating artists Deborah Boardman, Dan Devening & Ian Cooper. If you missed it, stop by the gallery between 10 and 6 Monday

Material Assumptions Opening Reception!

Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue opened on Friday to a great crowd! It was followed by a roundtable with participating artists Deborah Boardman, Dan Devening & Ian Cooper. If you missed it, stop by the gallery between 10 and 6 Monday

Cotton Linter: Field Recording

http://youtu.be/aKg62fJe1lo

Sounds of hand papermaking to be played through Specimen Hornlet speakers, for the exhibition Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue, June 15- August 11 at the Center for Book and Paper Arts, Chicago. -Elizabeth Isakson-Dado

Cotton Linter: Field Recording

http://youtu.be/aKg62fJe1lo

Sounds of hand papermaking to be played through Specimen Hornlet speakers, for the exhibition Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue, June 15- August 11 at the Center for Book and Paper Arts, Chicago. -Elizabeth Isakson-Dado

Field Recording

Field Recording

What does hand papermaking sound like? Field recordings will become part of the exhibition, played through one of participating artist Ian Schneller’s custom made abaca “hornlets.” (Elizabeth Isakson-Dado)

Field Recording

Field Recording

What does hand papermaking sound like? Field recordings will become part of the exhibition, played through one of participating artist Ian Schneller’s custom made abaca “hornlets.” (Elizabeth Isakson-Dado)

Cotton Paper Hornlet

In this blog post, participating artist Ian Schneller, of the studio Specimen, describes the process of using handmade cotton linter paper to make a set of “hornlet speaker” just for our exhibition. “The horn speakers we usually make using recycled

Cotton Paper Hornlet

In this blog post, participating artist Ian Schneller, of the studio Specimen, describes the process of using handmade cotton linter paper to make a set of “hornlet speaker” just for our exhibition. “The horn speakers we usually make using recycled

Material Assumptions featured in VIP DISCUSSIONS

In April, the Center for Book and Paper Arts received a visit from organizers of the art word prescient and prestigious online only fair– the VIP Art Fair (think Art Basel from the comfort of your La-Z-boy).  While here, they

Material Assumptions featured in VIP DISCUSSIONS

In April, the Center for Book and Paper Arts received a visit from organizers of the art word prescient and prestigious online only fair– the VIP Art Fair (think Art Basel from the comfort of your La-Z-boy).  While here, they

Curating as Pedagogy, Paper as Dialogue

Curating as Pedagogy, Paper as Dialogue The Center for Book and Paper Arts is perfectly situated within the Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago—our studios, classrooms, gallery and offices steadily hum with graduate student and faculty activity; it is

Curating as Pedagogy, Paper as Dialogue

Curating as Pedagogy, Paper as Dialogue The Center for Book and Paper Arts is perfectly situated within the Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago—our studios, classrooms, gallery and offices steadily hum with graduate student and faculty activity; it is