Essays by George Baker and Suzanne Hudson; interview by Christopher Bedford and Bill Horrigan; foreword by Sherri Geldin
This book examines the past five years in Paul Sietsema's art. His primary mediums are ink, enamel, and 16 mm film, but in one way or another all his works engage with photography in the extended sense. George Baker, in one of the book's essays, identifies Sietsema's primary subject as "an allegory of the structure of inversion that is the negative image, the homophonic image, the visionary image." Also included is an extensive conversation between Sietsema and curators Christopher Bedford and Bill Horrigan, as well as an essay by Suzanne Hudson on Sietsema's films and drawings.
Published by Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio
Clothbound with dust jacket
68 color images
11 x 8 inches; 28 x 20.3 cm
This book is out of print.