What's Happening with Momma? (1988), is a 11 x 36 inch accordion artist's book inspired by the artist’s memory of a younger sister who was born at home. The edition of 150 was produced at the Women's Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY. The book is silk-screened on both sides of 100% rag Coventry 320-gram soft white paper with acrylic ink. Ten point Century Schoolbook type was handset and letterpress printed on 100 percent rag Stonehenge 250-gram cream paper.
Courtney, Cathy. "Secrecy and Intricacy." Women's Art Magazine (U.K.), no. 40, May-June 1991, pp. 18-19, illus.
Crossing Over/Changing Places, Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, MD, 1992, pp. 47-49, 107 (illus.)
Clarissa Sligh: The Presence of Memory, Robert B. Menschel Photography Gallery, Syracuse University. Text by Jeffrey Hoone. Syracuse, NY, 1991.
BOOKS INCLUDED IN:
Hirsch, Robert. Exploring Color Photography, Brown & Benchmark, Third edition, 1997, Madison, WI, pp 266, 296.
Neumaier, Diane. Reframings: New American Feminist Photographers, Temple University Press, 1996, Philadelphia, PA, pp 90-91.
Reed, Christopher, Editor. Not At Home: The Suppression of Domesticity in Modern Art and Architecture,Thames and Hudson, 1996, London, p. 265.
Rosenblum, Naomi. The World History of Photography, Abbeville Press, 1989 revised edition, New York, New York. P 604
Lark Books, 500 Handmade Books: Inspiring Interpretations of a Timeless Form, Sterling Publishing, 2008, New York, p. 400
Wasserman, Krystyna. The Book as Art: Artists’ Books from the National Museum of Women in the Arts, National Museum of Women in the Arts, 2007, Washington, DC, p. 121.
Center for Book Arts New York, international traveling exhibition circulated through Africa and Latin America courtesy of the United States Information Agency.
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