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Codex Finds 2015 at 23 Sandy Gallery

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It is an honor to have been invited by Laura Russell to participate in Codex Finds 2015. I have 3 books in the show, Twenty Six Charging Stations, Birth/Control and Public Privacy.

Get yourself a cup of coffee or tea (or, if it’s late enough, a glass of wine) and spend some time perusing the beautiful full color online catalog. Even better, if you can get there between March 25 – April 25, 2015, stop by the gallery and enjoy the artists books in person.

~Ginger

http://www.gingerburrell.com

Artist Book Release: Public Privacy

Public Privacy (2 of 3)

In preparation for Codex, I am releasing a new Artist Book,  Public Privacy.

Public Privacy examines the tension between our need for privacy and the transparency of modern life.

Just as our windows allow us to see out during the day, at night they become view screens to the passerby. Our devices allow us great personal freedom, but at what personal cost? Whether through open curtains or social media posting our permission to watch is implicit. In an age of Facebook, Instagram and Google Earth how is it that we have any expectation of privacy at all?

Public Privacy (3 of 3)

Public Privacy highlights the way that we have made our lives more accessible by virtue of the devices, companies and services that surround us. Whether by the cameras on our tablets, game consoles and computers; by the GPS trackers in our phones and cars; or by the data gathering of our entertainment and shopping choices, our lives have become open books.

 

Public Privacy Slides (6 of 12)

Looking forward to seeing you at Codex 2015, my table is #51. Midnight Moon Press.

~Ginger

http://www.gingerburrell.com