Terri Warpinski and Laura Winter
LIMINAL MATTER: FENCES

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agua con leche.jpg
bajo lasombra.jpg
denied by fences.jpg
despite fences.jpg
divided by fences.jpg
el secreto de la herradura.jpg
horse fence tears.jpg
Raking patrol.jpg
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surveillance.jpg
vigilante.jpg
Living through fences.jpeg
what its not.jpg
colophon.jpg
Liminal Matter 1 (Floating) .jpg
Liminal Matter 2(Floating).jpg
Liminal Matter 3 (Floating) .jpg
torn.jpg
agua con leche.jpg
bajo lasombra.jpg
denied by fences.jpg
despite fences.jpg
divided by fences.jpg
el secreto de la herradura.jpg
horse fence tears.jpg
Raking patrol.jpg
reverse 23.jpg
surveillance.jpg
vigilante.jpg
Living through fences.jpeg
what its not.jpg
colophon.jpg
Liminal Matter 1 (Floating) .jpg
Liminal Matter 2(Floating).jpg
Liminal Matter 3 (Floating) .jpg

Terri Warpinski and Laura Winter
LIMINAL MATTER: FENCES

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Eugene, OR: Terri Warpinski, 2015.
A new collaborative portfolio of image-and-text broadsides that examines evidence of conditions along the border shared by the United States and Mexico. 

Digitally printed using archival pigments on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper, each broadside is signed and numbered by the artists in an edition of twenty copies. The broadsides are housed in an elegant, custom cloth-covered clamshell box with magnetic closure, made by Sandy Tilcock of lone goose press. Fifteen portfolios are being offered for sale; a limited number of individual broadsides are also available for purchase. 

LIMINAL MATTER: FENCES pairs arresting images of the U.S.–Mexico border by Eugene photographer Terri Warpinski with responses to the images by Portland poet Laura Winter. Warpinski’s photographs document the physical manifestations of the zone where the two nations meet, while Winter’s poems remind the viewer of the social and psychological impact of the border on the people whose lives are defined and delimited by that line.

For biographical information and an artist's statement, see this page, devoted to the first exhibition in the gallery at Passages Bookshop, on view April 4–29, 2015.

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