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Detritus : La Jolla

Author: Mary Ellen Long; Mandeville Special Collections Library.
Publisher: 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
Database:WorldCat
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Sculptural artists' book consisting of: 7 sheets of handmade paper (88 x 58 cm.); 1 piece of curled eucalyptus bark (84 cm.) to which are tied 14 pieces of paper in the shape of eucalyptus leaves (14-26 cm.); and various lose, dried plants. When assembled the work resembles an open book with the sheets forming two piles on either side of the eucalyptus bark, which functions as the book's spine. The loose, dried  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Artists' books
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Ellen Long; Mandeville Special Collections Library.
OCLC Number: 58653617
Notes: Title from colophon.
Unique piece.
Piece was commissioned by the Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego.
"Pages poured on sites surrounding the Geisel Library, University of California, San Diego - La Jolla, California, September 26-October 4, 2001"--Note attached to spine.
Description: 1 artists' book : handmade paper, dried plants ; 88 x 124 x 12 cm + 2 volumes ([5] leaves; [5] leaves : illustrations ; 8 x 8 cm) in box (10 x 10 x 6 cm)
Responsibility: Mary Ellen Long.

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Sculptural artists' book consisting of: 7 sheets of handmade paper (88 x 58 cm.); 1 piece of curled eucalyptus bark (84 cm.) to which are tied 14 pieces of paper in the shape of eucalyptus leaves (14-26 cm.); and various lose, dried plants. When assembled the work resembles an open book with the sheets forming two piles on either side of the eucalyptus bark, which functions as the book's spine. The loose, dried plants are placed under each sheet to provide support and add height. The leaf-shaped pieces of paper bear the colophon, a note on the fabrication of the sheets, and text about the medicinal uses of plants found in the area and used in the fabrication of the work. The two accompanying volumes each contain photographs of a sheet of the handmade paper lying outside of Geisel Library near plants used in the fabrication of the work, the verso of each leaf bears the name of the plant featured; vol. 1 also bears title.

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