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Ergebnis der AAP-Katalogsuche nach GESCHENK VON Marshall Weber

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McKelvey Johnson Monica
Rage, Heal, Root, Grow
Brooklyn, NY (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika): woolandbrickpress, 2019
(Heft) [42] S., 28,9x22,2 cm, Auflage: 200, signiert,
Techn. Angaben Fadenheftung, sechsfarbiger Risographie, letzte Seite ausklappbar
ZusatzInformation Rage, Heal, Root, Grow is a celebration of the chaos and complexity of life and one person’s process of adapting to it. Johnson’s postpartum years were challenging. She was fearful of what she saw happening—that she was disappearing as her male partner was becoming more visible. She struggled to find the time and space necessary to heal her body, and to reconcile the intense inequity of a child-rearing partnership when one partner (her) was nursing. A unique postpartum tale that refuses the female body as its central character. In its place: that body’s voice, and the bespoke flotsam of daily life.
Rage, Heal, Root, Grow was created on a shared Risograph duplicator over many months while Johnson’s child slept in a stroller nearby. She scanned and printed drawings they had made together with markers, watercolors, crayons, pencils, and lots of stamps into symphonic six-color prints. A narrative text describes her experience of raging, healing, rooting herself, and subsequently growing in a new direction.
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Marshall Weber
Stichwort Chaos / Frau / Heilung / Kinderzeichnung / Komplexität / Mutter / Wachstum / Wurzel / Wut / Zeichnung
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Bacos Kayla / Degollado Jessica / Juarez Samantha / Lampkin Chriscina / Mulligan Mikala / Rodriguez Maggii / Scheir Gabrielle
Poor Means Us
Belton, TX (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika): Are Not Books & Publication, 2019
(Zine) 22 S., 21x14,8 cm,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung, Farbige Laserkopien
ZusatzInformation This zine examines the history, legacy and continuing importance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign. This zine was written, designed and illustrated by students enrolled in the course Applied Graphic Design at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas.
Namen Martin Luther King Jr.
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Marshall Weber
Stichwort Armut / Erziehung / Geschichte / Grafik / Kampagne / People of Color / poor peoples campaign / SCLC / Studium / Universität / Vermächtnis / Wahlrecht
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