- Item content: English
- Imprint information from colophon.
Artists' book. Japanese-sewn volume consisting of double-leaves sewn together. Recto of each leaf with changing pattern of stains and marks, verso of each leaf with text from inner surface becoming more and more visible as the reader moves through the volume. The next-to-last leaf has complete text, the testamony of a young Korean girl who was forced into sexual slavery at a comfort station for Japanese miliatry personnel in Taiwan during World War II. Volume is tied closed with a triple-strand white string, and wrapped in a stained square of white cloth, which is tied with twine.
Text signed Yi Okpun.
"This book was made at Texas Women's University in Denton, Texas with the help and guidance of Susan Kae Grant in April of 2008. This book is number ... of an edition of Ten."--colophon.
Winner, Award Exhibition of Artists Books, University of North Texas, Denton, Tex., 2009.
Purchased with funds provided by the Friends of the UNT Libraries.
Libraries' copy is #3.
Copies of artists' statement, and related materials are in Object Files, Rare Book & Texana Collections.
- 23 unnumbered leaves ; 16 x 16 cm
- N7433.4.L44 T84 2008