To Serve and Protect: Containers, conveyances, and cosmic happenings | 2014
Deluxe | $275
Chapbook | $50
Pigment inkjet prints on Mohawk Superfine. 32 pages. Edition of 100. 7 x 5 x .25”
Deluxe: Sewn Boards binding, covered in full, custom marbled paper by Pamela
Smith, Bugra double folio endsheets. Presented in
slipcase with marbled paper accent, numbered 1-40.
Chapbook: Pamphlet in inkjet-printed, flower power paper wrapper by the artist, numbered 41-100.
To Serve and Protect: Containers, conveyances, and cosmic happenings began as a response to the theme “vessel.” Vehicles, containers for food, and other period receptacles provide a framework for the artist’s musings on life in the 1960s and 1970s. Thirteen micro essays touch on Vietnam, fashion, the Cold War, cuisine, the economy, the women’s liberation movement, and other issues reflecting Americans’ perseverance, and our often misguided quest for peace and stability.