The newest monograph by recognized American artist Jennifer Bornstein (b. 1970) gathers together a body of work encompassing her latest projects in printmaking during a recent fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University. These works are contextualized by earlier projects in drawing, 16mm film, and various artist books spanning from the 1990s to the present. Known for her conceptual approach, Bornstein’s recent works centering around prints and frottages (rubbings) weave together intricate background stories of family relations, feminist history, and material possessions that are inscribed in wry yet complex understandings of technological presence and material trace. Generously illustrated with detailed images, the book also features an essay by Gloria Sutton and an interview between Jennifer Bornstein and artist Matt Saunders.
9 x 10 ½ in. / 160 pp / 125 color
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RADCLIFFE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES, HARVARD UNIV.