Jeffrey Altepeter
Katy Baum
Elizabeth Curran Boody
Denise Carbone
Valerie Carrigan
Rebecca Chamlee
Gabby Cooksey
Coleen Curry
Debra Disman
Mark Esser
Casey Gardner
Don Glaister
Virginia Green
Penelope Hall
Karen Hanmer
Jon Hinkel
Susan Hulme
Lang Ingalls
Caitlin Jochym
Peggy Johnston
Andrea Krupp
Monique Lallier
Beth Lee
Sue Huggins Leopard
Christine Manwiller
Emily Martin
Christopher McAfee
Natalie Naor
Tara O'Brien
Patricia Owen
Graham Patten
Todd Pattison
Rebecca Philio
Patricia Sargent
Suzanne Sawyer
Jackie Scott
Judy Sgantas
Sarah Smith
Therese Swift-Hahn
Deborah Thompson
Claire Van Vliet
Peter Verheyen
Robert Walp
Thomas Parker Williams
Charles Wisseman
Rutherford Witthus

Casey Gardner
Berkeley, California

Casey Gardner Casey Gardner

The Gravity Series

Magnetically held in a sturdy portfolio printed to reveal the science behind gravity, each of the three books tells a tale of this compelling universal force in relationships of falling, climbing and orbiting. So finely tuned is gravity, that if its quantity had been infinitesimally altered, our universe could not have emerged and life would not exist. As one of the four fundamental forces of the universe, gravity is strong enough to hold galaxies together as they reel around the cosmos, and precise enough to give weight to each individual held on earth. Like love, gravity is mysteriously irresistible; invisible yet essential.

A Star Close Enough
In orbits, two mutually attracted bodies revolve around a joint center of mass, located in the space between.

All There Is
This book is about trust, finding your own center of gravity and moving your own weight.

How To Fall
Gravity guides our velocity into the unknown.

Letterpress printed. Rives light & Rives heavyweight, .59 bookboard, .98 Davey board, Iris book cloth, linen thread, metal eyelet, 18 neodymium-iron-boron rare earth magnets. Binding: Pamphlet stitched signatures; cased binding, cloth-covered board. 13.5 x 14.25 inches. 34 x 36 cm. Created 2017.

CASEY GARDNER grew up in Aspen, Colorado, and received her degree in journalism from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She worked as a journalist before studying printmaking and graphic design at California College of the Arts. As a book artist, she creates multilayered narratives exploring elemental aspects of human nature and science. Her award-winning books are exhibited internationally and are in several university and private collections. She writes, draws, prints and binds her own work with Set in Motion Press. She lives in Berkeley, California with a Vandercook in her back yard.