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CSULB Printmaking alum Lindsay Buchman art featured in Hyperallergic review

Posted on October 4, 2019 by School of Art

grey cover of book with upside down numbers and letters with title LA - A Document printed over CSULB Printmaking alum Lindsay Buchman‘s art book Los Angeles: A Document  was featured in Hyperallergic review of Printed Matter‘s NY 2019 Book Fair. As the artist states, the book “archives the Arts District (561 Mateo Street)—the former site of an Italian fabric store and the neighborhood of [artist]’s studio—over the course of 2015. It contains still images sequenced cinematically: trapping time, moving through space, and fading in-and-out of darkness. An achromatic volume, LA: a document serves as an artifact for the ongoing transition, demolition, and displacement of communities within the district. The review says Buchman’s book “read[s] like a time-lapse flip book, documenting the demolition, displacement, and transition of 561 Mateo Street in downtown LA. These urban explorations feel like necessary reflections at a time when more than half the global population is living within cities.”

 

Congratulations Ms. Buchman!!!

 

 

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