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Lisa Kokin

Lisa Kokin

Lisa Kokin

sew to speak

by Lisa Kokin

  • 102 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Kennedy Art Center Gallery in [Oakland, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kokin, Lisa -- Exhibitions.,
  • Installations (Art) -- Exhibitions.,
  • Artists" books -- California -- Exhibitions.,
  • Altered books -- California -- Exhibitions.,
  • Lesbian artists.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSew to speak
    StatementKennedy Art Center Gallery.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsClark, Catharine., James D. Kennedy Gallery.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[17] p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22999611M

    LISA KOKIN The Merchant of Venus Installation of self-help book spines, mull, batting, thread, dimensions variable, "Most of the pieces in the Spines and Fragments series are made from self-help books which I scavenge from the local recycling center pins. Lisa Kokin uses the page spreads of old books as the ground for collages which are humorous and filled with social commentary. the art room plant: Lisa Kokin II Freunde Memories/stitching into photographs/book art.

    For the past two decades, Lisa Kokin has been at the forefront of an emerging new art form: the artist’s book. Through preservation and destruction, she utilizes book spines and covers by disguising and weaving them into colorful wall installations. The artist pushes her medium beyond the customary use. Lisa Kokin plays with puns as Ex Libro, the title of her upcoming exhibition, ends up meaning both “from the book” and “formerly a book.” Quite appropriate, considering Kokin alters text quite literally by deconstructing books then reconstructing them. Kokin makes papier maché forms out of books and often sews the contents back to.

    lisa kokin, sewing books and words into visual art since Each book is a trove of wonders that hold in them worlds, knowledge, history, fantasy, inspiration, and different sorts of beautiful, abstract things. Available for sale from Seager Gray Gallery, Lisa Kokin, Tablet #1 (), Safety pins, industrial felt, 44 1/2 × 24 in.


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Lisa Kokin by Lisa Kokin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lisa Kokin is a visual artist and her work in mixed media installation, altered books, fiber, thread, found photos and sculpture has been exhibited extensively in the Lisa Kokin book.

and abroad. Kokin teaches classes in collage, bookmaking, mixed media and directs an art coaching & mentorship program. Lisa Kokin uses a variety of recycled and found materials to make book art. a freedom which is in many ways attributable to my lack of formal book art training.

I am blissfully unaware of all the rules I am breaking as I go about my routine of sewing, stapling, riveting and otherwise reassembling objects to transform them into something.

Lisa Kokin uses the page spreads of old books as the ground for Lisa Kokin book which are humorous and filled with social commentary. Welcome This website strives to be accurate and complete.

Lisa Kokin shreds and pulps books reassembling them into sculpture; bits and pieces of the original text remain, although the literal meaning is lost. The covers can no longer contain their unruly text, and form defines content.

Altered Books I alter, appropriate, and combine text from books about religion, history, self-help, business and sociopolitical ideology. I am fascinated by the random juxtapositions of words that occur when parts of text are removed to create other stories, or when texts from two sources such as business and religion are combined.

BIOGRAPHY Lisa Kokin creates her art with recycled and reclaimed materials she has found at flea markets, thrift stores, and recycling centers. In the past, she has worked with buttons, photographs, and other found objects. Mixed Media Books Two; Small Book Sculptures. On a trip to Amsterdam in the fall ofI went out for an early morning walk and stumbled upon a large number of book fragments which a man was putting on the curb for recycling.

There were book covers from pulp novels and boxes of sliced book sections wrapped together with tape and in some. Got Me a Story to Tell: A Multi-Ethnic Book: Five Children Tell About Their Lives by Yee, Sylvia, Kokin, Lisa and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lisa Kokin work in mixed media installation, altered books, fiber, found photos and sculpture has been exhibited extensively in the U.S.

and abroad. Lisa Kokin’s work in artist’s books, mixed media installation, assemblage and sculpture is about memory, history, and social commentary. She used photographs as objects to create new ways of considering the photographic image and the results are layered, whimsical, artful, and unique.

Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the. Using repurposed thrift items, Lisa Kokin creates sculptures that develop connections between their material origins and new formulations.

In recent work, Kokin’s preferred medium has been used self-help and psychology books, which she disassembles by shredding them into a pulp, cutting them up, or removing spines and covers for ality: American.

Available for sale from Seager Gray Gallery, Lisa Kokin, Swirl #1 (), Paperback book covers, mull, thread, wire, 40 × 40 in. Mar 4, - Explore lynnwahlend's board "Lisa Kokin" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Artist books, Book art, Collage art pins. Lisa Kokin uses embroidery to evoke emotive responses to found imagery and text.

She is one talented lady, creating book art and installatio Francesca Woodman Rhode Island Exposure Time Photography Women Editorial Photography Life Photography Black And White Pictures Black And White Photography Monochrome Photography34 pins. Lisa Kokin Description. Lisa Kokin makes art with recycled materials that she finds at flea markets, thrift stores, and recycling centers.

She has worked with buttons, photographs, and books, most recently with simple thread and zippers. Aug 9, - Explore clarissacallese's board "Lisa Kokin", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Art, Book art and Textile art pins. Bio. Lisa Kokin creates her art with recycled and reclaimed materials she has found at flea markets, thrift stores, and recycling centers. In the past she has worked with buttons, photographs, and other found objects, but now she works mostly with books, the contents of which she shreds, blends, pulps, glues, and otherwise modifies before presenting them to her viewers in various states of.

Lisa Kokin uses a variety of recycled and found materials to make book art. (via Lisa Kokin:: Portfolio:: Mixed Media Books) Lisa Kokin is a multimedia Artist working in sculpture, mixed media installation, artists books and with found objects.

Lisa Kokin - (I love the look of this I can almost feel in in my hands) ArtHive: Lisa Kokin 13 pins. Using repurposed thrift items, Lisa Kokin creates sculptures that develop connections between their material origins and new formulations. In recent work, Kokin’s preferred medium has been used self-help and psychology books, which she disassembles by shredding them into a pulp, cutting them up, or removing spines and covers for : Lisa Kokin.

Available for sale from Gail Severn Gallery, Lisa Kokin, Book of Hari-Kuyo, Broken sewing machine needles, thread, industrial felt, 8 1/2 × 66 × 3 1/2 in.

- Explore barbaraharding's board "Lisa Kokin art [inspiration]", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Art, Book art and Paper art pins.Available for sale from Seager Gray Gallery, Lisa Kokin, Swirl #2 (), Paperback book covers, mull, thread, wire, 27 × 27 in.- Explore artjournalall's board "LIsa Kokin ", followed by people on Pinterest.

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