SCULPTURAL AUTOPSIES WITH YASUE MAETAKE PT. 1
An essay in fragments about the New York-based Japanese sculptor, Yasue Maetake.

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Author: Addison Bale
Translaters:Rumi Hara & Nahoko Hayashi
Print Design:
Emily Costantino

Dimensions:
8 x 8 inches
Pages: 28 p.
Ink Colors: Riso Green
Printing & Binding: Handbound, saddle stitched booklet. Additionally bound with green artisan rubber band. The cover and centerfold are digitally printed on a white, semi-transparent matte finish paper. Text pages are risograph printed on bright white Lynx Smooth Text.
Published: 2021 


Description:
Sculptural Autopsies with Yasue Maetake Pt. 1 is an essay in fragments about the New York-based Japanese sculptor, Yasue Maetake.

Developed as a segment of his art writing column, Shedding, first published online at The Quarterless Review, author Addison Bale constructs a unique portrait of the artist Yasue Maetake. Through an assemblage of dialogue interlaced with email exchanges and prose passages, Bale crafts a written reflection of Maetake’s abstract sculptures, which are themselves assemblages of materials such as bone, metal, and resin.

This limited-run, bilingual edition of Sculptural Autopsies with Yasue Maetake Pt. 1 is printed using both digital and risograph processess. Translated from English into Japanese, this riso-booklet presents the reader with both languages beginning at the outside covers and reading towards the centerfold to create a linguistic mirror image.

ISBN: 978-0-578-25694-8

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