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Diane Jacobs
Scantron Press
Portland, OR


A portfolio of 15 prints that exploit a wide range of printing and image-making techniques to raise questions about racism in the United States. Throughout the portfolio, the words see, feel, open, and act are explored metaphorically and literally, through text and image, in a meditation on the structural nature of racism, which began before slavery, and which continues today in the form of the prison-industrial complex.

Letterpress, etching, felt, handmade paper, woodblock relief print, reduction linoleum print, gocco printed dollar bill, human hair, collagraph, photo-engraving. 20 x 15 inches (15 sheets of paper). Edition of 14. Presented in a clamshell box. 2007. $3500

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