Drum leaf binding containing photographs made in Iceland and the Faroe Islands in 2014, laser cut pages, found postcards and historic images, as well as texts from scientific journals and press clippings. The prints are pigment prints made by the artist.
Photographs by John Metoyer, ancestor of Marie Thérèse Coincoin Metoyer, the first freed enslaved person to build and operate a plantation. She called the buildings on the property Yucca House and African House. Later, the property became Melrose Plantation, where Clementine Hunter worked and began painting. John Metoyer pairs autobiographical poetry with platinum, palladium, kallitype and cyanotype photographic prints.
Plates of illustrations include photographs of the road from Selma to Montgomery overprinted with newspaper excerpts, and images from the actual march. "The textual pieces are drawn from a variety of primary sources, from mid-nineteenth-century slave narratives, to slavery apologists, to mid-twentieth-century segregationist crazy people. Some have been slightly fictionalized."--Colophon
Accordion structure composed of photographs, color Xeroxes, and Gocco printing. Lois Morrison creates imaginative and whimsical books, often with a movable or 3D component, sparse in text to leave room for interpretation.