Works on Paper Projects Exhibitions About Archive

The Accident

Time Outside Without Extension

One for the Other

Dream Day

We Belong to this Band - Phase 1

We Belong to this Band - Phase 2

We Belong to this Band - Phase 3

Four Chapters in the Present We Were

Historia

Love Stories, Part 3
(co-pilots and trajectories)

All in Good Company, All in Good Time

Visions of a Quasi-Expatriate

Love Stories, Part 2
(adjustable couplings)

Dis- Ease

Operation Pandemic Joy

The Dilemma Game

Handle Like Eggs

Merry Folly (all fall down)

Problem Plays

Harlot's Progress

(p)alms

Love Stories, Part 1

O Joy!

Dream Day 1
inkjet, collagraph, drypoint
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 2
inkjet, collgraph, chine colle, monotype
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 3
collagraph, etching, chine colle, inkjet, monotype
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 4
collagraph, chine colle, inkjet, monotype
14
2009


Dream Day 5
collagraph, inkjet, relief, chine colle
14
2009


Dream Day 6
inkjet, chine colle, monotype
14
2009


Dream Day 7
collagraph, inkjet, relief, chine colle
14
2009


Dream Day 8
collagraph, inkjet, polyester plate litho, stencil
14
2009


Dream Day 9
collagraph, drypoint, polyester plate litho, drypoint
14
2009


Dream Day 10
collagraph, inkjet, stencil monotype
14
2009


Dream Day 11
inkjet, drypoint, chine colle, stencil monotype, collagraph
14
2009


Dream Day 12
inkjet, collagraph, stencil monotype
14
2009


Dream Day 13
etching, chine colle, polyster plate litho, stencil monotype
14
2009


Dream Day 14
drypoint, collagraph, inkjet, stencil monotype
14
2009


Dream Day 15
inkjet, relief, chine colle, stencil monotype, polyester plate litho
14
2009


Dream Day 16
collagraph, inket, monotype
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 17
polyester plate litho, inkjet, monotype, collagraph
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 18
collagraph, polyester plate litho, stencil monotype
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 19
collgraph, inkjet, drypoint
14" x 18"
2009


Dream Day 20
inkjet, collagraph, etching, chine colle
14" x 18"
2009


This suite of monoprints was created for a portfolio exchange entitled Dream Day Drawing which reflects on the relationship between making and source. Here, "drawing" includes both the hand-made mark and the action of pulling from or bringing closer. The term Dream-day is a Freudian term referring to the day before the dream, and from which the dream gathers its material. The portfolio was curated by Susan Belau for the 2010 SGC International conference in Philadelphia.