Book with 100 pages, printed on 80lb Mohawk Superfine
on an HP Indigo
Text by the artist, typeset in Fedra Mono
Smythe sewn signatures, with handcut neoprene wrap
Printed and bound at Conveyor Studio, NJ
Deluxe Edition of V with III AP signed, numbered, dated
Housed in a cast acrylic case fabricated by Colbar Art, LIC, NY
22 ¾ x 13 ½ x 8 ½ inches (57.79 x 34.29 x 21.59 cm)
Incised with initial and number
Published by Carolina Nitsch, New York
Lucid Green relies equally on image, typography and word to create a poetic world in which the reader is invited to enter through various portal s which the book offers.
Every detail of the book offers carefully nuanced details of the experience of a place named Lucid Green; a nature sanctuary set in an unknown time in the future. That future is a type of space and time that is different than the one we are in when we read the book, we are told, by the book,s main character, Jill Poet. Jill is a being from another planet name Thear, who has come to Earth after an event called The Disappearance.
The book's 3 chapters Jill Poet, The Disappearance and Wonder bring the reader through her realization as a spirit that evokes the ambiguity of life and our love of a dying planet.