Under / Press. / With-This / Hold- / Of-Also / Of/How
/ Of-More / Of:Know
Images of eight paintings and their “remainders”—graphite rubbings of their surfaces— created between 2012–13 are the focus of this publication on the recent work of emerging New York-based artist Jessica Dickinson. Dickinson is known for her delicate, layered, painted abstractions that, requiring infinite scraping, erasing, sanding, and repainting, take months to a year to produce. The remainders are graphite impressions made to transcribe the surface of the painting whenever it changes significantly and mark the transitive passage of time and the paintings’ unfolding. This process is mapped in the book chronologically in over 100 reproductions of the work. Designed by Project Projects with essay by curator Debra Singer and an interview with the artist by Patricia Treib. Published in tandom with the exhibition at the James Fuentes Gallery, NY, 2015.
8 1/2 x 10 inches / 272 pp
110 b&w and 25 color
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