Altered State Library, Blanc Press Series by Katie Herzog

Altered State Library, Blanc Press Series by Katie Herzog Now Available! 
Insert Blanc Monograph: Katie Herzog: Object Oriented Programming now available for Pre-Sale!

Altered State Library, Blanc Press Series
Katie Herzog
various sizes
various media on paper

Altered State Library, Katie Herzog’s Blanc Press Series is a limited series of 11 new works to accompany Herzog’s forthcoming artist monograph, Katie Herzog: Object Oriented Programming, January 13, 2012 - March 30, 2012, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC, a Xerox Company). Altered State Library was executed in the vein of German pharmacologist P.N. Witt’s research on the effect of psychoactive drugs on spiders. Instead of a web, the resulting works are a variety of representations of the Getty Research Institute Library. Each drawing will come with a signed copy of Katie Herzog's artist monograph, a large format, full color, hardbound edition of approximately 100 pages with essays by Amelia Acker and Andrew Choate.

The Insert Blanc Monograph series will begin with artist monographs from Christopher Russell and Katie Herzog and each will be preceded by a Limited Series of 10 new works by the artist. Each of the Limited Series is an individual piece by the artist and comes with a signed copy of the accompanying artist monograph.

Browse the series and choose the variant you'd like to purchase.

The book is also now available for Pre-Sale at a special price of $45.

   Katie Herzog: Object Oriented Programming
   January 13, 2012 - March 30, 2012
   Palo Alto Research Center (PARC, a Xerox Company)
   Essays by Amelia Acker and Andrew Choate
   large format, full color, hardbound edition approx 100pgs

Katie Herzog received a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2001 and a Master of Fine Arts at UC San Diego in 2005. She studied Library and Information Science at San Jose State University and currently serves as Director of the Molesworth Institute. Recent projects include a Dictionary of Textual Asylum in Basel, Switzerland, and a pop-up publishing platform for rejected research in the Quint Gallery restroom in La Jolla, CA.