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Re: [BKARTS] When Julie Sadler speaks...



Hi!
Wow, that sounds so interesting. Do you know how/where to purchase the
book? Is the magazine an e-zine or a physical magazine? Do you know the
URL or where the magazine can be purchased?
Thanks. I'm just full of questions.

Kris

On Mon, 27 Jan 2003 18:34:37 -0500, "editions" <editions@ARTISTBOOKS.COM>
said:
> So often on this list we hear from participants and don't know anything
> about their background and ties to the book arts.  I've never met Julie
> Sadler, but I know a little bit about her books and her particular skills
> and interest in computer-generated text, images, and sound.
>
> Julie has published a book entitled Dreamiverse.  It is a portfolio that
> includes a color-copied pamphlet-sewn book of her dream-inspired collages
> on
> one side, and a compact disk on the other.  On the disk there are several
> of
> the dream collages that are animated with sounds.  It is possible to
> manipulate the curser over the illustrations to set in motion new
> animations
> and sounds.  It's a great insight into the direction and future
> possibilities of books.  As a bonus, the CD includes patterns for making
> two
> jumping jacks, a She-Jack and a He-Jack.  I have one suspended above my
> worktable and a playful tug is often all that is necessary to reverse a
> production setback!  As I recall the book is a steal at only $30.
>
> Julie is also the editor of a CD 'zine called AEZ.  I've seen the first
> two
> issues and just the improvements between 1 & 2 are impressive.  The
> opening
> sequence for Issue Two takes the viewer through an interactive animated
> musical forest of prancing creatures and flying fairies before reaching
> the
> table of contents.  From there, the contributions are a mixed bag.  Some
> (the ones by Julie and Fran Saperstein in particular) are visually
> exciting
> while other pieces seem flat by comparison.  Overall, however, it's
> interesting to see how artists, both visual and musical, present their
> work
> in a CD format.  This is where we are headed, folks.
>
> Julie can be reached at <rustik@NTCNET.COM>
>
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