University of Toledo students with diverse backgrounds develop new insights about what defines an artist's book.
"neither an art book, nor a book about art,
(un)Bound: Artists' Books and Experimentation after 1960 explores some of the methods by which artists’ books reject and re-envision the traditional illustrated book form. The works in this exhibition require viewers to “read” them in unusual and unexpected ways, often by connecting with them more as multifaceted, three-dimensional objects, than as typical books. By disrupting conventional means of engagement, these books thereby transcend their traditional format and become interactive objects of art.