Quotidian Practice (2007)
This artist book is a daily practice of 'continuous making' over the period of three month. Everyday objects and studio detritus left over from previous projects served as the medium for the book. The 'rule' of the project was that material must be found only in the studio over the course of the project.
Charles Ritchie, curator of the Department of Modern Prints and Drawings at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., wrote the accompanying essay.