Scrap/Books: Excess, Experience, and Ethnographic Expression
The exhibit consists of field journal scrapbooks made over the past eight years in China, Mexico, New York, Boston, and Michigan. As a method of research and documentation, scrapping raise issues about the collection, contemplation, and deployment of materials. What might we learn from what we keep and discard?
On view at Art, Architecture & Engineering Library (Second Floor Stacks, near call no. NB 813 - Shelving Range #253)
This work is featured as part of Bookmarks: Speculating the Futures of the Book and Library, an exhibition of site-specific installations, performances, interventions, and events in U-M libraries, curated by Stamps Dean Guna Nadarajan in partnership with the University of Michigan Library.