Bionic Hearing Press ~ Ohio
(Aimee Lee)

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Hirsute book series

 
   
New York Center for the Book: "Aimee Lee is an interdisciplinary artist who works in performance, book & paper, installation, and text arts. Born in New York, she received her BA in Visual Arts from Oberlin College and her MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago. "

Aimee Lee: “My work examines the nature of being human, and ways that people create personal realities based on constructs of family and culture. My tools include papermaking, book arts, installation, performance art, and writing, and my recent focus is on making and working with hanji, Korean handmade paper.

"I am fascinated by the boundaries between spaces that delineate 'in' and 'out,' especially after a year of field research in Korea, whose culture has specific borders, thresholds, and customs for each person in its society. I am especially interested in the private experiences of people in social strata that are usually disregarded or rendered invisible. My work looks at how people express these experiences and how private stories can be projected onto the outside world."
   

This is the start
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2017. One-of-a-Kind.

4 x 4"; 8 double-sided panels. Accordion structure. Materials: Ink, pencil, onion skin prints, gold thread. Handwritten text. Panels sewn together with gold thread. Signed and dated by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "A book that circles back around on itself about the nature of creating new work."
$100


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We used to go to water
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio / Albion, Michigan: Bionic Hearing Press, 2017.
One-of-a-Kind.

11 x 7"; 16 pages plus endpages and covers. Materials: pencil, handmade paper, paper thread, natural dyes. Handwritten text. Handmade paper of flax, mulberry, gampi, and prairie cord grass. Covers: Japanese gampi hanji. Endsheets: ink on prairie cord grass paper. Text pages: pencil and cutouts on flax paper with embedded mulberry hanji and paper thread. Contained in a hanji envelope. Signed by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "About our changing relationship with water over history, though our need for it remains the same as it ever was.

From the colophon: "We used to go to water repeats the image of a tipped gourd, the precursor to water bottles."
$500


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What will become of me
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2005. One-of-a-Kind.

15 x 11325"; 8 leaves printed on recto side only. Letterpress printing. Handmade cotton paper. Drum leaf binding. Photograph on front cover by Terttu Uibopuu. Book signed by Lee.

Aimee Lee: "A book that outlines the ongoing cycle of creating and executing performances, with all the qualms that come pre- and post- performance."

Terttu Uibopuu is from Estonia but currently works and lives in New York City. She received an MFA in Photography from Yale University School of art. She is a visiting assistant professor of Art at Wesleyan University and Adjunct Faculty at the International Center of Photography.
$500


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The Whole Duck Catalogue
Cutting: Beatrice Coron
Editioning: Aimee Lee
Field Notes: Béatrice & Mide Stern
Deer Isle, New York: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. Varied edition of 6.

9.5 x 8.5"; 18 leaves. Pen and thread on abaca paper. Tyvek paper cuttings. Laid in four-flap marble-paper folder with thread tie closure. Numbered.

The varied edition of 6 consists of four versions that are made to be hung and two that were bound into books.

Aimee Lee: "This edition is a collaboration with Béatrice Coron, who provided the paper cuttings and text. Each cutting is laminated between two thin sheets of premium abaca, and the top and bottom of each sheet sewn to create a sleeve for a dowel. This catalogue of 18 'pages' can be read in any order or displayed hanging on dowels in any configuration, reminiscent of bird blinds."
$800 bound version (Last Copy)
$1200 (Version to be hung)

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Pairs
By Aimee Lee
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Bionic Hearing Press, 2013.
One-of-a-Kind.

2.5 x 2.25 x 1.25"; 4 leaves, plus cover. Hanji, lokta paper (knitted slip and slide binding).

Aimee Lee: "This unique book follows the natural progression of paired bodies over time that cleave, drift, separate, and pair again. The binding is inspired by Hedi Kyle's slip and slide structure meant for sheets of paper, here transformed into knitted pages."

$300

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Princesses and peas
By Aimee Lee
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Bionic Hearing Press, 2005. Edition of 2.

7.75 x 11.25"; 32 pages. Materials: pen, stonehenge paper, leather, velvet. Handbound and illustrated. Text handwritten. Quarter bound in leather and velvet. Signed by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "This is the original version of two velvet-bound books, the original being quarter bound in leather and velvet (the second, in my collection, is bound in full-cloth velvet).

"This is a long comic about the voices in our heads. Because it refers to royalty, and because of the importance of the message, the binding is more lavish than a typical comic book."

$500

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Aimee Lee: "The Hirsute series is about the practice of thinking about hair in abundance to overcome images of hair loss in relation to an inconclusive but life-altering diagnosis of an incurable disease."

"In 2014, I met with a doctor in Korea about a potentially life threatening disease that required two more years of doctor's visits, second opinions, treatments, and stress. Because it was a rare and incurable disease, I had looked online for information - the doctors had very little to share - but stopped quickly because the information was so devastating and the images so disturbing. In this particular doctor's office, he asked if I had searched online, and I said that I had. Without warning, he said, 'So you've seen this,' while showing me his phone with an image of the worst-case scenario for this disease, a disfigured head with central line hair loss. That image was seared into many levels of my consciousness and though he could not confirm if this would happen to me, I began to worry that my hair was falling out.

"Someone recommended that I try to reverse this scar by visualizing lush hairlines and healthy heads of hair. In this spirit, I began a daily practice of drawing hair in abundance. I plan to continue these books until I reach some peace."

   

Hirsute #1
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

7.5 x 4.75"; 54 pages. Ink on handmade paper. Arches Paper wraps with sumi ink illustration. Title hand-lettered on front cover by artist. Bound with paper tapes and thread. Signed and dated by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "This book was made with papers of many different types, mostly from plants harvested in autumn in Northeast Ohio. This is the first in an ongoing series of books that are an exercise in drawing, visualizing, and manifesting hair."
$375


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Hirsute #4
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

9 x 7.25"; 24 pages. Ink, crayon, marker, persimmon juice on assorted handmade papers. Pamphlet binding in handmade paper wrappers with hand printed title on front cover. Signed and dated by the artist.
$400 (in exhibition, available 2019)


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Hirsute #5
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

5.6 x 4.25"; 16 pages. Ink on tin-lined antique washi and handmade mulberry paper, persimmon juice. Sewn pamphlet stitch binding in handmade paper wrappers with hand printed title on front cover.
$250

 


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Hirsute #6
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

5.6 x 4.25"; 14 pages. Ink and Suminagashi on handmade botanical papers. Sewn pamphlet stitch binding in handmade paper wrappers with hand printed title on front cover. Signed and dated by the artist.
$275


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Hirsute #7
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

6.75 x 5.2". Ink, beeswax, and natural dye on assorted handmade papers, bark lace. Bound in handmade paper with woven and sewn binding. Title hand printed on cover. Signed and dated by the artist.
$425

 


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Hirsute #9
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

9 x 5"; 12 pages. Natural dyes, pencil, and ink on assorted handmade papers. Hand stitching on pages with paper thread. Pamphlet stitch bound in handmade paper wrappers with hand printed title on front cover. Signed and dated by the artist.
$300


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Hirsute #10
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

7.1 x 5.5"; 28 pages. Ink, beeswax, natural dye, and Suminagashi on assorted handmade papers. Pamphlet stitch bound in handmade paper wrappers with hand printed title on front cover. Signed and dated by the artist.
$275 (in exhibition, available 2019)


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Bionic Hearing Press Out of Print Title:
   
abundance is real
By Aimee Lee
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Bionic Hearing Press, 2008. Edition of 5 variants.

4.75 x 4.75"; 8 pages. Etchings on Fabriano pages. Bound into accordion with removable spine. Etching tipped into front cover. Bound in paper of handmade cattail and hemp wraps. Signed and numbered by the artist on the colophon.

Based on zine about abundance by Aimee Lee.

Aimee Lee: "I prefer techniques that require hands-on, long-term, systematic practice. However, my love for improvisation balances the seemingly rigid nature of the tools that I use. I print etched plates onto knitted paper, use traditional printmaking techniques to draw comics, tear up and re-piece carefully made paper, and cross all the lines between book and fiber arts. The direct trace of the hand in all work, including artifacts, costumes, or scribbled maps reminds me of how much I still have to learn from the human hand, which is inextricably tied up with human technology."
(SOLD)

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All It Takes
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

2 x 5.75 x 0.75" closed, 2 x 11.25" open; 10 leaves. Stamped foil and persimmon dye on paper mulberry bark, thread. Signed and dated by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "This book recounts some important elements necessary to making paper, and consists entirely of the inner bark that makes paper."
(SOLD)

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Arithmetic
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

4.3 x 3.25 x 0.3" closed, 4.3 x 6.5" open (12.75" wide open for full display); 5 leaves, 2 endsheets. Pencil and stamped foil on handmade paper (milkweed and paper mulberry). Signed and dated by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "A book about changing perspectives that is best read with the book in hand rather than on a table because its head (covers) are too heavy for its body (pages)."
(SOLD)

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Artifact Sketches
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2015. One-of-a-Kind.

7 x 8"; 18 leaves including endsheets. Materials: Pencil, beeswax, natural dyes on hanji, wire, paper thread, hosta, dogbane, and milkweed papers. Handwritten text. Signed and dated by the artist.

"Artifact Sketches" is a log of two artifacts from the artist's life – one as an artist and the other a personal record. The first artifact is a paper representation made by the artist - segments of a Silla-era gold belt from Korea – with notations as to the characteristics of the belt. The second recording or artifact is a log of blood pressure and pulse rate readings – time of day and notations given.

Aimee Lee: "The book is a sliver of an ongoing cataloging/logging of two activities that could go on for a lifetime. Both of these acts charts only a limited amount of information about the whole (systolic, diastolic, and pulse being important elements but not the only indicators of a person's health). The artifact itself is already fractured, so looking at any one piece can only give so much information on its own.

"The artifact has been sliced, so it was made originally as one large piece that was a paper representation of a Silla-era gold belt in Korea (based on a real gold belt in a museum exhibit at the Met …). There were more ornaments that hung off of the bigger paper piece but they have been 'lost' in 'excavation'.

"I have always been interested in acting like a scientist but not actually being one, the calming process of describing and cataloging, of collecting samples and organizing them, of finding ways of displaying them that inevitably re-tell the original stories of the given scraps of paper or objects that I have been attracted to and kept. Just as some people write daily, or walk daily, or do other things to stay at a good baseline for sanity and health, I do this. I always wondered if I would grow out of it, but now I see it's just part of my process. For my personal health, I've been forced to check blood pressure, which can be comforting and not, yet will eventually become one of those rituals."
(SOLD)


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Blue
By Aimee Lee
Ithaca, New York: Aimee Lee, 2012. One-of-a-Kind.

4 x 4"; 6 pages. Pen on hanji (handmade Korean paper); knitted bamboo yarn. Signed and dated.

Aimee Lee: "I consider this to be the one of a kind trade version of a one-of-a-kind knitted book (which has been placed into a private collection). ... It is about being blue. ...Fairly self explanatory, very simple. The hanji is slipped into the pages, which are knitted from a bamboo paper yarn that I purchased ..., which is why I consider this the trade version: I didn't make the paper or yarn myself."
(SOLD)

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blue moon
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2015. One-of-a-Kind.

1.75 x 4.25 x 0.5" closed, 1.75 x 8.75" open; 4 leaves. Naturally dyed, spun, and woven mulberry paper. Bound in milkweed paper covers. Stab binding.

Aimee Lee: "After working with knitted pages, I became interested in woven pages. These are woven on small stump looms so that there are selvedges on all four sides. The paper is naturally dyed, sliced, and spun into thread. Then it is warped on the loom and woven with a needle. This follows the Japanese tradition of making paper cloth, called shifu, which sometimes was used to transmit secrets embedded in the woven paper. They could be deciphered by unraveling the fabric. The text is printed onto Japanese paper and the ends left long, then spun and woven into the pages."
(SOLD)

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Concrete Love
By Aimee Lee
Ithaca, New York: Aimee Lee , 2010. Edition of 2 + AP .

6 x 4"; 38 pages. Pen on handmade mulberry paper and cochineal dyed hanji (handmade Korean paper). Handsewn binding with matching paper wraps. Signed and dated.

Aimee Lee: "I made this book for the collection, Let's Talk About Love Baby (which mimics pulpy romance novels). I made the paper at the Morgan Conservatory with excess pulp from a hanji workshop, and called it 'concrete paper,' thick sheets of paper that I pressed and dried directly onto a concrete ramp outdoors. The sheets took on the texture of concrete. The concept is a comparison of love to a man-made material that has affected incredible change and development in architecture, infrastructure, and culture all over the world."

Aimee Lee, also: “Through my study of hanji, I became interested in how certain craft forms have survived in the face of mass production and a culture of cheap and fast excess. Seeing this clash between past and present production values, I have adapted ancient techniques and materials in my art to revive and update tradition, and encourage the survival and evolution of the old ways, while adding layers of meaning to my practice.”
(SOLD)


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Etude: sample book #1
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2015. One-of-a-kind.

7 x 5.5"; 19 leaves. Materials: handmade papers, paper thread, natural dyes, beeswax. In paper wraps with sewn binding.

Aimee Lee: "This book with no words explores the different possibilities of paper, mark, and page. The papers include flax, abaca, and hanji; paper is dyed and laminated between sheets, spun and woven, twisted and knitted, folded and torn, sewn and waxed, and bound with paper thread."
(SOLD)

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Every leaf is a prayer
By Aimee Lee
Korea; Wilton,CT; Belfast, Ireland: Bionic Hearing Press, 2010. Varied edition of 10 + 1 Artist's Proof.

4.5 x 3.5 x 0.5" closed; 14 pages. Accordion structure. Pen on hanji. Beeswax on bark hanji. Signed and dated by the artist.

Bionic Hearing Press: "This hand-lettered book reviews a basic hierarchy of needs for human survival, each accompanied by a beeswaxed fragment of hanji made by the artist from hand-harvested trees in the Korean countryside, using all layers of bark (rather than only the white inner bark used for pure white traditional hanji). The leaf on the cover references the leaves of the tree from which the paper was made, and the accordion is made from textured hanji using the joomchi method, a traditional Korean way of softening and strengthening paper through ongoing handling."
(SOLD)

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The Grumpies
By Aimee Lee
Ithaca, New York: Aimee Lee , 2010. One-of-a-Kind.

2.5 x 2.5 x 2"; 16 pages. Inkjet prints on handmade cotton/abaca paper. Ink on knitted pine paper yarn. Covers of handmade cotton paper. Signed by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "The knitted yarn is from Habu Textiles, and then dyed with hand-ground calligraphy ink, the cover made by myself, and the printed poem is on paper made at the Morgan Conservatory. I had intended at first to hide the sewing on the spine but then decided that the messiness was in keeping with the message of the book."

...
The morning deer venture out
And cheer you

As does the message from a friend:
She woke up grumpy, too.

(SOLD)


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Hirsute #8
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

8 x 5.75". 8 pages with 2 double page insets sewn in. Ink, beeswax, pencil, and natural dye on assorted handmade papers. Pamphlet stitch bound in handmade paper wrappers with hand printed title on front cover. Signed and dated by the artist.
(SOLD)


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Myeongwol/bright moon talisman
By Aimee Lee
Ithaca, New York: Aimee Lee , 2010. Edition of 4.

2 x 2.25 x 1.25"; 16 pages. Dyed and woven hanji (handmade Korean paper). Knit pine paper yarn. Pen and inkjet print on handmade paper. Signed and numbered by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "This book references Hwang Jin-I (1520 - 1560c), a famous gisaeng [female entertainer] during the Joseon Dynasty, who was known for her poetry. Her gisaeng name was Myeongwol, which is written in Korean characters on the cover of the book. It translates to 'bright moon,' which is the first English text in the book. I developed a book cover made entirely of hanji, or Korean handmade paper, in the tradition of jiseung, or paper weaving. I dyed hanji with natural plant dyes, cut it into strips, cored it, and wove it into these book covers. Each edition is slightly varied in that it exists in two different colors, one dark, and one light, much like the phases of the moon."
(SOLD)


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Pairs II
By Aimee Lee
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Bionic Hearing Press, 2013.
One-of-a-Kind.

2 x 2.5 x 1"; 4 leaves, plus cover. Hanji, washi, marker. Knitted slip and slide binding.

Aimee Lee: "This unique book follows the natural progression of paired bodies over time that cleave, drift, separate, and pair again. The binding is inspired by Hedi Kyle's slip and slide structure meant for sheets of paper, here transformed into knitted pages."

(SOLD)

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Peculiar & Commonplace
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2018. Edition of 10 variants.

11.5 x 7.5"; 14 pages. Pen, pencil, and inkjet printing on hanji, handmade papers, thread, manipulated papers and materials (including but not limited to natural dye, beeswax, ink, suminagashi, woven and knitted paper, ribbon, and fabric). Paper covers with title handwritten by the artist. Signed and numbered by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "This book combs through observations from various people's lives (anonymous to protect privacy), and pairs these stories with quotations from books and media that I have read or consumed for almost 15 years. These quotes are included in the spirit of commonplace books, and reflect my lifelong practices (and/or obsession) with compiling inspiration, organization, and filing.

"A mostly silent but omnipresent narrative accompanies the text through drawings and objects. Aside from obvious illustration, they mimic an instruction manual on how to create and sew paper garment, which appears at the end of the book. This dress is constructed from discarded prints that accumulated in the making of the book. These tip-ins balance the tension and anxiety of the stories; these sewing scraps attempt to be neutral, a safe location for the reader to place their own biographies.

"A year or two prior to finally constructing this book, I saw an auction image of a book with a real dress sewn into it, folded to fit within the pages, with instructions on the verso with smaller examples of sewing. I was captivated by this very simple way that I could finally synthesize my previously distinct work of making paper dresses and making paper books. Of course, I wasn't going to write a manual for sewing because I taught myself how to make paper clothes as artwork, not actual clothing to wear, but I was drawn to the idea of instructions (perhaps because so many people ask me for 'how-to' books without understanding how incredibly difficult they are to make - but a pretend instructional manual would be much more fun, and probably even more instructive!).

"Since grad school, I figured out a system of taking notes during and after reading books, to help me hold onto the most compelling quotes. This has also been instrumental to my research, so it has served me well. For this book, I went through almost all of my files to pull the right quotes for the array of stories I wanted to highlight. It felt exactly the same as making and compiling all of the physical materials I needed to tip in: bits of thread, ribbon, tape, paper, and so on.

"As always, the specific becomes the universal, and what we think is so peculiar in our lives is replicated around the world countless times. We feel so apart from others and anxious, and this book was a way for me to reconcile some of those feelings. It is also a wonderful way for me to combine so many things that I love to do: make paper, make books, make dresses, write, and draw. The edition is varied because so much of the work is done by hand using what I had in inventory; this includes the paper for the pages, which will vary throughout the edition."
(SOLD/Out of print)


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Resilience
By Aimee Lee
[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]: Bionic Hearing Press, 2011.
Edition of 10.

5.5 x 4.25 x 0.75"; 10 leaves. Pencil on handmade paper (cotton/hemp/dak). Non-adhesive strip woven binding. Words, binding, paper by Aimee Lee. Numbered and signed by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "This book is made completely of handmade paper, hand lettered in pencil, to explore the edges of grief and its transitory nature. The paper contains cotton, hemp, and hand-harvested dak from the Korean countryside. The binding is one that Janus Press developed that involves no sewing, simply folded and cut paper, to showcase handmade paper."
(SOLD)


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Shatter stories
By Aimee Lee
Canton, New York; Gapyeong, Korea; Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2011. One-of-a-Kind.

6.25 x 4.25 x 0.25" ; 14 pages. Handmade gampi paper, hanji, St. Armand paper, thread. Inkjet print and pen on handmade paper, creped and textured. Sewn binding. Printed and bound at Wake Robin Studio (Canton, New York), hanji made at Jang Ji Band (Gapyeong, Korea), gampi made by Aimee Lee at the Morgan Conservatory (Cleveland, Ohio). Images from illustrations by Patricia L. Thomson in Introduction to Women's Gymnastics by Drury and Schmid.

Aimee Lee: "This unique book reviews the text of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee, in a section that revealed names given to women who were ranked in a particular hierarchy by the Japanese conquerors in occupied Korea. The paper pages alternate between paper made in Korea from dak (Korean paper mulberry) and paper made from gampi (a fiber traditionally used in Japan). The traced images come from a manual on gymnastics for women, another prescribed and precise behavior."
(SOLD)


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Weight of the Moment
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

12 x 8 x 1.5". Inkjet and calligraphy ink on handmade mulberry paper. Other materials: paper thread, miscanthus.

Aimee Lee: "This scale, inspired by an ancient Peruvian woven fiber scale seen in the Pre-Columbian Museum in Santiago, Chile, will always weigh more heavily in favor of one side (it would be even more uneven if not tempered by an extra support cord). It recognizes the human reaction or desire to crawl into a safe space to hide from unpleasantness, terror, and fear of a future worse than the present. On the other side is the message that draws people out of the hole, because heads in the sand are not as useful as hands at work."
(SOLD)


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What now?
By Aimee Lee
Cleveland, Ohio: Bionic Hearing Press, 2016. One-of-a-Kind.

4.25 x 4 x 1.5" closed, 27" open.; 8 panels. Accordion structure. Knitted and dahlia-dyed paper. Ink on washi. Signed by the artist.

A book of knitted handmade paper about reaching a crossroads.

when everything has unraveled
you don't recognize yourself
in the grasp of demons
seemingly stronger
than you

(SOLD)


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What's a Conscience
By Aimee Lee
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Bionic Hearing Press, 2012. One-of-a-Kind.

4 x 3.75 x 2" closed, 34" extended; 8 panels. Double-sided accordion. Materials: pen, paper, cochineal dye, ink, corded and twined hanji. Signed by the artist.

Aimee Lee: "The first and only experiment in weaving a book out of paper using the Korea technique of jiseung that asks circular questions about human nature and wonders where on the scale we should be when it comes to hope for our best selves."
(SOLD)

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