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  Portland poet & writer Brandi Katherine Herrera spent the first half of 2015 in residency in France creating a new manuscript—experiments in translation, technology, poetry, and erasure using Goethe’s Zur Farbenlehre (Theory of Colors) as her source text. I … Continued


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Onward! Broken Cloud Press is moving . . .  Oh, Portland. I’ve loved these years in the Pacific Northwest. And I hate to say goodbye to this beautiful city. But the time has come to move on to the next … Continued

The Future Of The Book

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  Print is dead. By now we are all familiar with this refrain. It is undeniable that print is changing—its prevalence, utility, and availability is undergoing an enormous and unprecedented shift in the digital era. But this fear, the fear … Continued

7786 – Burroughs, Wm.

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A few months ago, I was asked to collaborate on an intriguing project: a book featuring 7 unpublished portraits of iconic author William S. Burroughs. I created an archival box to hold a hardcover book and 7 chemical prints. More information … Continued

Back Matter

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  While I was earning my BFA at Oregon College of Art & Craft, I had the good fortune to hear many visiting lecturers speak. I remember being particularly inspired by a local gallery owner’s talk. So inspired, in fact, … Continued

The Analog & The Digital

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  I spent the past four days at a conference for makers who incorporate art and technology into their work. I would describe it as a wonderful, meaningful, and transformative experience, but even those grandiose words don’t fully describe how … Continued

On Picking Paper

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…or cloth, or hex values. Anything. I try to make every choice in my process deliberate and intentional in terms of both concept and medium. If I haven’t carefully considered each move, I feel like the work is devalued. I … Continued

Augmented Reality

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  From Wikipedia . . .  Augmented reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. It is related … Continued