Bibliography: Ginny Hoyle

Artist Books by artist Judy Anderson and writer Ginny Hoyle
An artist book is a sculptural hand-built book. It may use forms perfected centuries ago or introduce inventive, unexpected shapes and materials. Artist books push boundaries and honor the place of books, ideas and creative expression in our world. One-of-a-kind, or issued in small editions, they are held in private and public collections, traded by collectors and displayed in galleries and museums.

Tokyo Press Check: Making Face
Held in the permanent collection of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and in the private collection of Robert J. Ruben. The book has been exhibited nationally and overseas. (1986 – present)

When We Were Birds
A poetry-focused installation featuring paintings, prints, wall-mounted books, multimedia, and sculpted paper book forms on steel platforms designed and fabricated by sculptor Christopher Hecker. Exhibited at Walker Fine Arts, Denver. (2011)

House of Rivers, House of Clay 
Six hand-bound volumes exhibited at the Museum of Outdoor Arts in Denver (2007) and House of Fire (in Selections From the Collection, 2009). Individual volumes have been acquired by Stanford University; the University of Denver; Indiana University/Purdue University; Scripps College; and Baylor University.

Walking Through: Meditations on the Ordinary

An edition of two artist books: one a 36-foot scroll suspended from the ceiling and one in codex form. Exhibited at Ironton Gallery and Studios in Denver along with other work by Anderson. (2005)

Haiku Journal 
A three-year diary written in haiku during a turbulent time in US history (2001-2003). Designed and hand bound by Judy Anderson. Shown with Walking Through at Ironton Gallery and Studios. (2005) 

Other Presentations of Work
“Worn World,” a collaboration with Judy Anderson for an installation produced by Pink Progression, as part of an installation at the Arvada Center (Colorado) featuring collaborations involving more than 100 writers, artists, musicians and dancers addressing women’s rights/human rights, and a broad range of social justice issues. (June through August 2020)

“The Ekphrastic Show,” an installation featuring collaborations between artists and writers. Featuring a poem inspired by a painting by artist Sushe Felix, and a second poem that inspired a painting by Felix. PACE Center, Parker, Colora (2017)

“Building Behavior: a cultural platform for Doors Open Denver, 2017. From Green Rooms to Catwalks: A Haiku-Video Tour. The assignment was to tour the facility back-stage and write haiku to appear on the theatre marquis, to kick off Doors Open Denver.

Art Students League of Denver Ekphrastic Exhibition, 2015, a painting incorporating haiku, done in collaboration with painter Karen Ruehl.

“Write, I See at Carson Gallery, Denver (October-November 2013)
Art Students League of Denver/Lighthouse Writers Workshop
Three ekphrastic poems after the work of artist Jordon Wolfson

 “Visual Rhythms” at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (2012)
Parsing Mod Lang after Mod Lang by Jeremy Blake

 “Boundless Transformations: The Book as Art”
Art Students League of Denver (2009)
Haiku Garden (with artist Judy Anderson) 

“West of the Plains,”
Guild of Books Workers Rocky Mountain Chapter (2009
Footnote (with artist Judy Anderson) 

“Conceptually Bound” at California State University, Chico (2008)
The Napkin Project, In Case of War (with artist Ellen Sollod)
Mohr Gallery, Mountain View, CA (2008)
The Napkin Project, In Case of War (with artist Ellen Sollod)

 “Best of Colorado 2007, “a juried exhibition at Denver International Airport
Walking Through (with artist Judy Anderson)
Haiku Journal (with artist Judy Anderson)

The Napkin Project
Anti-war Mail Art created by artist Ellen Sollod, given to more than 50 world leaders, journalists and opinion shapers. Features the poem In Case of War. This piece has also been widely exhibited. (2003 -2004)

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