Sea and Fog
Essays, Intergenre, Poetry, | $15.95
paperback, 108 pages, 6 x 8 1/4 in
Publication Date: 2012
A.K. Burns & A.L. Steiner
Community Action Center Zine
Community Action Center, a recent MoMA acquisition, is a picaresque, exuberant, and explicit filmic account of happily consensual, and often public, sexual encounters among a group of adventurous women. The filmmakers—A. L. Steiner, an artist known for her photo-collages and her involvement with the band Chicks on Speed and the curatorial group Ridykelous; and A. K. Burns, a multidisciplinary artist and cofounder of Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.)—have created a non-narrative, transgressive document of a group of friends who act upon, and into, one another. The dialogue-free film features an original musical score as scintillating as its lush and lascivious images. --from the MoMA website
Published in conjuntion with Perspectives 176 Glen Fogel: With Me... You, organized by PARTICIPANT INC, New York, on view at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, October 15 - December 31, 2011. The exhibition will travel to Franklin Art Works, Minneapolis, Fall 2012
Soft bound: 15 pages
Publisher: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 2011
Milking The Flat Cow
No Input Books
Edition of 100
96 Pages with Tape, Balloon
Milking the Flat Cow is published on the occasion of Hoff's exhibition at Callicoon Fine Arts (NYC). It documents 48 up-cycled objects and the attached balloon doubles as a book opener, life preserver, and/or aortic pump.
Between the Area and the Source
A reversable artist's book that subtly and beautifully recreates a number of the
artist's glassine collage works on paper.
Soft bound: 24 pages
Publisher: Regency Arts Press, 2011
A collaborative poster with poet Cate Marvin that combines a prose poem with a reproduction of a staged photograph and a painting of Kadzu vines. Designed as a tesselation, the vine images can be tiled to cover an expanded area.
Publisher: 2UP, 2010