I.S.C.A ~ New York
International Society of Copier Artists
( Louise Neaderland, Director)

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ISCA: "The ISCA is a nonprofit professional organization founded in 1982 to promote and recognize the use of the copier as a creative tool. Our membership is composed of printmakers, painters, photographers, graphic designers, book artists, and computer graphists, who use the copier as an instant camera, darkroom, and printing press to create and edition unique works of arts."
   

I.S.C.A. Small Bookworks Sampler
From 1986 through 2003

By ISCA Members
Brooklyn, New York: International Society of Copier Artists, 2003.

9 x 5.5 x 1.5" clamshell cardboard mailing box with printed title label around spine containing 20 books of varying size, number of pages, content, and construction.

Each sampler contains 20 books, each by a different ISCA Member. The following list is from one Sampler and provides an idea of what might be included. Although some items will appear in more than one Sampler, each Sampler will contain a different set of 20 books.

Adam and Eve and the story of the forbidden fruit by Patrick Merrill
Patrick Merrill, 2000. Edition of 125.
4.25 x 5.25"; 9 pages. Accordion with accordion wraps. Signed and numbered.

Artist at Work by Louise Neaderland
[Brooklyn, New York: Louise Neaderland]
6.75 x 4.25"; 4 pages. Accordion structure. Front cover yellow paper with illustration and titles.

Beauty by Sarah Stengle
Brooklyn, New York: Sarah K. Stengle, 1991.
4.25 x 2.75"; 6 pages. One sheet book. Signed and numbered.

Cash Register Drawing by Elichi Matsuhashi
Tokyo: Street Museum of Tokyo, 2003. Edition of 130.
5 x 7"; 2 pages. 11 copies of cash register receipts tipped in. Illustration on front wrapper with colophon on back. Signed and numbered.

City Thunder by S. Denker
Portland, Oregon: S. Denker, 2003. Edition of 160.
3.25 x 4"; 6 pages. Konica copier on Conqueror Lightspec paper. 2 pop-ups. Slip on band with colophon and title. Signed and numbered.

Cult by Reid Wood
State of Being Digital Press. Edition of 130.
2.75 x 4.25"; 6 pages. One sheet book. Numbered.

How to Make a Gaff by Marc Sander
Fiji Island Mermaid Press, 2001. Edition of 125.
2.5 x 3.5"; 6 pages. One sheet book. Signed and numbered.

Papaver by Ka Klein
Ka Klein, 2003.
4.25 x 5.5"; 16 pages. Sewn binding in red and black wraps.

QQQ by Keinhi
Edition of 125.
1 x 2"; 8 pages. Accordion. Paper clip closure. Signed and numbered.

Qu'est-ce que c'est by Karen Fuhrman
Edition of 130.
2.75 x 2.75"; 10 pages. Font set in Linenstroke. Printed on 65 lb. cardstock on a HP psc 2210 printer. Black ribbon closure. Text in French. Numbered.

Rush Hour Traffic by David Cammack
David Cammack, 2000. Edition of 125.
5.5 x 4.25";16 pages. Stapled binding. Signed and numbered.

Self Portrait: Small Parts by Cecil Lee
Cecil Lee, 2001. Edition of 125.
2.25 x 3.5"; 10 pages. Stapled binding.

Self Portrait: Small Parts by Cecil Lee
Cecil Lee, 2001. Edition of 125.
2.25 x 3.5"; 10 pages. Stapled binding.

Sometimes getting more on the pages means less is ever read by Cecil Lee
Cecil Lee, 2000.
4 x 2.5"; 8 pages. Glued binding.

A Summer Book by Jessie Nebraska Gifford
Jessie Nebraska Gifford, 2001.
4.25 x 5.5"; 6 pages. Stapled binding.

tout dans le monde existe pour dans un livre
Text: Stephanie Mallarme; translation: Nancy Krois; realization: Patricia Collins
3.75 x 4.75"; 8 pages. Single metal ring at left top as binding. Text in French and English.

Unlikely Armed Icons by Sharon Wright Pettus
Tucson, Arizona: Sharon Wright Pettus, 1996. Edition of 125.
5.75 x 4.5"; 12 pages. Stapled binding. Yellow covers. Signed and numbered.

Walking Meditation by E. Klingner
E. Klingner, 2003. Edition of 125.
3 x 4.25"; 8 pages. Variation of one sheet book. Black paper wraps. Signed and numbered.

Whisper Day by Caledonia Curry
2000. Edition of 125.
3 x 4.25"; 12 pages. Waxed pages. Signed and numbered.

Whispers by C. Freid
C. Freid, 2000. Edition of 125.
2.75 x 6"; 4 pages closed. Not meant to be opened. Signed and numbered.

Will Art for Food by Drobner
Drobner, n.d. Edition of 125.
4.25 x 5"; 2 pages. One sheet book. Signed and numbered.

$50 (6 samplers remaining)


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Art is at Minimum
quarterly of the I.S.C.A.
volume 14, number 3, April 1996.
Brooklyn, New York: International Society of Copier Artists, 1996. Edition of 125.

9 x 11.125"; 70 pages. Spiral bound. Covers plastic sheets for cover and end pages.

Contents:

Cover page by Lazlo Lazowska
Frontispiece (endpage) by Lazlo Lazowska
Letter from Director, Louise Odes Neaderland
Letters to the editor from Reed Altemus concerning viability of an international copier artists' network
29 art pieces by 29 different artists (Most of the art pieces are titled, signed and numbered by the participating artist).

$50


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Out of print works by ISCA:  
   

The I.S.C.A. Quarterly: 18th Annual Bookworks Issue
Volume 21 Number 4 June 2003

Final Issue
By [ISCA] The International Society of Copier Artists
Brooklyn, New York: International Society of Copier Artists, 2003.
Edition of 125.

9.75 x 8.25 x 2.25" clamshell cardboard mailing box with printed title label around spine containing 38 books of varying size, number of pages, content, and construction. Includes short newsletter (7x 8.5"; 8 pages including wraps) with index of items and short letter from Neaderland.

This unique journal is composed entirely of original art, xerographic prints, postcards from thirty-eight artists. The work in this issue covers a wide range of genres. The list below is an example of books that might be included. The contents vary depending on books available.

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