Highland Park Branch
Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles, CA
April 20 - May 19, 2013
Organized in conjunction with Aurora Tang and Jen Hofer

Highland Park Branch consisted of 147 books sourced from greater Los Angeles, and in and around the town of Joshua Tree. It included a group exhibition featuring work by Tristan Duke, Ken Ehrlich, Cayetano Ferrer, Corey Fogel, Helki Frantzen, Katie Herzog, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Cassandra C. Jones, Rob Ray, Sarah Simons. A scanning station and photocopier was provided for visitor use.

Highland Park Branch at the Monte Vista Projects website


Sarah Simons
Snakes as Pets, 2013
Handmade book and beaded snake
derived from Snakes as Pets

Tristan Duke
Micro-microscope, 2013
Miniature microscope with hand-ground lens, slides, and handmade book
derived from Optics

Cayetano Ferrer
Untitled, 2013
Poster rack with digital prints
derived from The Human Interface, Lasers, The Practical Way to Perfect Enlargements

Helki Frantzen
Walking on an inclined plane, 2013
Single channel video loop
derived from Locomotion From Pre- to Post-Natal Life: How the Newborn Begins to Acquire Psycho- Sensory Functions

Les Figues Press
Your New Image Through Color & Line, 2013
Portfolio book
derived from Your New Image Through Color & Line

Cassandra C. Jones
Yeti Stunt, 2013
Archival inkjet print
derived from Individual and Dual Stunts

Rob Ray
Cortex Activities for Codex Activities, 2013
Bookshelf pair
derived from Biorhythms and Your Behavior

Katie Herzog
Marriage In A Changing World pg. 114, 2013
Digital print on canvas
derived from Marriage In A Changing World

Jibade-Khalil Huffman
"What Can I Say About That Suit That Hasn't Already Been Said About Afghanistan?" It Looks Bombed Out And Depleted. And of Course The So-Called 'Beautiful,'", 2013
Digital print
derived from Indoor Plants

Ken Ehrlich
From Matter, Force, 2013
derived from Computer Basics, Energy, Cabinetmaking and Millwork

Rob Ray
Input/Output Device, 2013
Workstation table
derived from Handbook of Microprocessors, Microcomputers and Minicomputers

Rob Ray
Of Infinite Amounts of Random Processes at Given Times, 2013
Bench pair
derived from Biorhythms and Your Behavior