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Artist Books

2015 onwards

The view from here, and here

Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist book
Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist book

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Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist Book, 2022, detail
Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist Book, 2022, detail

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Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist book - 2022 - 4 - Detail
Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist book - 2022 - 4 - Detail

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Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist book
Catherine Rogers - The view from here, and here - Artist book

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Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2
Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2

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Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2 - Detail
Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2 - Detail

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Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2 - Detail 3
Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2 - Detail 3

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Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2
Catherine Rogers, the view from here and here - Artist Book 2

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The view from here, and here

Artist book, 2022

Linocut print, paper, thread

Wind-ravaged she-oaks and those big old grey dying trees that dot the landscape have been the inspiration of my printmaking practice for a little over a year now. Their stark grey branches, criss-cross pattern, and the space in which they occup have inspired me to explore and experiment with form, pattern, and new ways of mark-making.

These two artist books explore both the simplicity and complexity of their forms.

Deviating from my usual detailed and laborious mark-making practice, I have focused on stripping back the lino plate and looking at a more simple form. I've played with the construction of an image and varying perspectives through repetition of motifs, layering, composition, tone, and paper (10gsm) to create a more tactice piece such as a book - a container for memory, and where the turning of each page is an exploration, a kind of journey again through the she-oaks and trees.

The view from here, and here was part of the Experimenta exhibition at the designedmade makers market in Hobart. 

 

A selection of artist books created from across the years...

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