Claire Jeanine Satin, Artworks/Artspace
Dania Beach, Florida
Images generated and manipulated from 1880’s experiments in physics book. Numbers morphing by putting through physical change into letters forming phrases
and sayings about time. Pages ringed with time sayings. Each image unique. Form and materials chosen and expressed resulting from my association with the concepts
of John Cage’s indeterminacy and interpenetration: so the use of transparency. See all at once or each “page” independently. Book structured with
pages fanned out in order to “read” easily and create a sculptural “round” bookwork. 8.5 x 12 x 5.5 inches, 21.5 x 30.5 x 14 centimeters.
Claire Jeanine Satin, MFA in sculpture, Pratt Institute; NEA/SFA Fellowship; two Florida State Fellowships; FLA $15,000 Consortium Grant; Memorial Foundation
for Jewish Culture, NYC, awardee; book artist for over forty years; three public art installations; costume and set designs for dance companies. Extensive
exhibition history in the USA and Europe. Artist residency, Spring 2009 to Venice, Italy. Numerous collections: the Library of Congress (five works), the Getty
Center; MOMA, NYC; the Victoria and Albert Museum; the Sackner Archive; the Jaffe Center; the Joan Flasch Library; the Dallas Library; the Marriott Library, Utah;
the Otto Richter Library, the University of Miami; and others.