Medium: Artist Book, Rubber (Oil Pipe Gaskets) and cable ties with relief and silkscreen prints from Gulf Coast plants, refinery photographs, and marine life images.
Plate/Image Size: 71/2” x 71/2”x 11/2”
Edition Size: 20
BAT Date: 7/2012
Paper: Industrial rubber 71/2” x 71/2”x 11/2” (Each page)
Ink: Graphic Chemical Relief and Jacquard Silkscreen
In the project Slick, I examine the possible effects of the BP oil spill on the Gulf Coast. In the summer of 2010, I traveled to Louisiana where I observed the situation firsthand. I shot part of a film short using stop motion animation on several state park beaches and bayous near the damaged areas. The film comes with a limited edition book that is printed on rubber gaskets used in oil pipes. The book is multi-sensory, besides being visually engaging, it is also tactile and has a noticeable scent. Partial proceeds go to environmental coastal groups.
Note: 63” x 71/2”x 1/4” (Unfolded)
The film and book are available by contacting me through my website at www.sabrabooth.com or from Central Booking Art Space in New York. centralbookingnyc.com Images from the project can be seen at http://sabrabooth.com/gallery.php?cat=Slick