1 edition of Doc/Undoc found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||bookwork & images: Felicia Rice ; texts: Guillermo Gómez-Peña ; critical commentary: Jennifer A. González ; video: Gustavo Vazquez ; sound art: Zachary James Watkins|
|Contributions||Gómez-Peña, Guillermo, artist, Vazquez, Gustavo, Watkins, Zachary James, González, Jennifer A., writer of added commentary|
|LC Classifications||N7433.4.G644 D63 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||2017027651|
All books are interactive, but this piece engages the reader, or participant, through audio, tactile, visual, and olfactory components. Gomez Peña states the piece’s “interactive dimension may be its main contribution to the field of experimental book art, or rather ‘performative book art’” (DOC/UNDOC). One of the most recent works included in the GRI exhibit, and certainly one of the coolest is “DOC/UNDOC” () by Felicia Rice and Guillermo Gómez-Peña which is not so much a book Author: Tom Teicholz.
– DOC/UNDOC Documentado/Undocumented Ars Shamánica Performática, containing the book DOC/UNDOC, is Rice's second collaboration with performance artist/writer Gómez-Peña and art historian Jennifer A. González. The multimedia work includes contributions by video artist Gustavo Vazquez and sound artist/engineer Zachary Watkins. Following the performance, Doc/Undoc will remain on display in Special Collections through the month of April along with other Moving Parts Press work on loan from Felicia Rice. “The book invites us to consider an ongoing tension as we navigate a world of politics.
At the heart of the mixed-media DOC/UNDOC art project is a book that unfolds like an accordion when opened. Rice crafted the connected pages by mixing traditional printing press and digital print. English: This is a relief print by printmaker, book artist, and publisher Felicia Rice from the collaborative artists book DOC/UNDOC published by Moving Parts Press (limited edition) and City Lights Books (trade). More information about the book at
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Doc/Undoc presents this multi-media, multi-disciplinary artists' collaboration in book form, documenting a unique and wildly ambitious adventure into the experimental realms of modern book Author: Guillermo Gómez-Peña.
Doc/Undoc presents this multi-media, multi-disciplinary artists' collaboration in book form, documenting a unique and wildly ambitious adventure into the experimental realms of modern book Author: Guillermo Gomez-Pena. Doc/Undoc presents this multi-media, multi-disciplinary artists' collaboration Doc/Undoc book book form, documenting a unique and wildly ambitious adventure into the experimental realms of modern book arts.
Web site: DOC/UNDOC Documentado/Undocumented Ars Shamánica Performática. A traveling case Doc/Undoc book apprentice shamans A reliquary for imaginary saints A toolbox for self-transformation A quiet call to heal yourself with fetishes and antidotes A border kit to face the uncertainty of future crossings A new project, seven years in the making.
DOC/UNDOC book with relief prints by Felicia Rice, text by Guillermo Gómez-Peña Performing is a way of dreaming when we are awake, imagining ourselves crossing a variety of cultural borders that are not always clearly delineated but that have both psychological and political impacts.
DOC/UNDOC: Immigrant Identity in America A multimedia artists' book about immigrant experience and hybrid Doc/Undoc book, featuring the work of Location: San Francisco, CA. For DOC/UNDOC, Booklab II is teaming up with Moving Parts Press to create the book portion of a grandiose collaboration of artists who have a created a work that stimulates all of the senses.
This book is our current project which, upon completion, will be an edition of sixty-five signed and numbered accordion-fold books containing fifteen original relief prints letterpress printed by Felicia Rice at. Signed by Felicia Rice, each special-edition book will also include a USB showing the extraordinary video and audio multimedia of the project.
Upon choosing this special reward tier, you will receive, via email, a PDF containing a packet of Felicia's preliminary sketches and notes from the beginning meetings of DOC/UNDOC.
DOC/UNDOC For DOC/UNDOC, Booklab II is teaming up with Moving Parts Press to create the book portion of a grandiose collaboration of artists who have a created a work that stimulates all of the senses. This book is our current project which, upon completion, will be an edition of sixty-five signed and numbered accordion-fold books containing [ ].
To reduce the risk of exposure to COVID to those working at the United Nations in Vienna and to comply with the measures taken by the Austrian authorities, personnel of Vienna-based UN organizations, including the staff of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime are working remotely or at home. The World Drug Report is again presented in five separate parts that divide the wealth of information and analysis contained in the report into individual reader-friendly booklets in which drugs are grouped by their psychopharmacological effect for the first time in the report’s history.
Booklet 1 provides a summary of the four subsequent booklets by reviewing their key findings and. City Lights Books and Moving Parts Press have collaborated to produce a trade paperback LIMITED EDITION of DOC/UNDOC, which includes reproductions of the fifteen prints from the original codex, along with the performance scripts by Guillermo Gómez-Peña embedded in each image.
Also included is an Introduction by Felicia Rice that tells the story of the collaboration from its conception to. City Lights Books and Moving Parts Press have collaborated to produce a trade paperback LIMITED EDITION of DOC/UNDOC, which includes reproductions of the fifteen prints from the original codex, along with the performance scripts by Guillermo Gómez-Peña embedded in each image.
DOC/UNDOC is the sequel to CODEX ESPANGLIENSIS, which I published in The CODEX was a collaboration between Guillermo Gómez-Peña, writer/activist, Enrique Chagoya, artist/printmaker, and myself, bookmaker/printer.
1 General Assembly resolution 55/25 of 15 November United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 53/ of 9 Decemberin which it decided to establish an open-ended intergovernmental ad hoc committee for the purpose.
The paperback captures the essence of DOC/UNDOC, an elaborate collaboration between Mexican performance artist (and MacArthur fellow) Guillermo Gómez-Pena and artist Felicia Rice." Columbus Avenue at Broadway, San Francisco, CA Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Felicia Rice.
City Lights, $35 trade paper (p) ISBN The group evaluates the whole of the project and agrees to shorten (and lengthen) the title to DOC/UNDOC Documentado/Undocumented Ars Shamánica Performática, to address all of the elements of this artists’ book: book, video, sound, and case.
DOC/UNDOC is a mixed media artist’s book housed in a hi-tech aluminum case seven years in the making. It includes Felicia Rice’s images, performance texts by artist/ writer Guillermo Gómez-Peña, critical commentary by art historian Jennifer González, video by artist GustavoFile Size: 8MB.
Gómez-Peña writes, “Its interactive dimension may be its main contribution to the field of experimental book art, or rather “performative book art.” This edition of sixty-five signed and numbered accordion-fold books is made up fifteen original relief prints letterpress printed by Rice at Moving Parts Press.
Many features of Doc/Undoc insist on deviation from the typical privileged form of written, sequenced, and finitely orchestrated communication.
In this manner it participates in what The Bonefolder, a journal dedicated to book artists, describes as the constant “challenge of defining art and craft, looking to the past for tradition and forward for new possibilities” (Fox, Krause, & Simmons ).DOC/UNDOC: transgress, transcend, transform / Jennifer A.
González --The artists' book --Prints --Performance scripts: catalog of the texts by Guillermo Gómez-Peña that are embedded in the prints --Cabinet of curiosities: ars shamánica performática --Video.e-Subscription lets you sign up to receive UN documents electronically At the UN's e-Subscription page you can select what documents you want to receive by email or RSS feed.