If the mind was a series of rooms, some would be large like a gym and others would be small like a closet, but thought and memory would fill them both. This book is a close look at past impressions stored in the rooms of the mind. Inner Rooms goes from exterior influences to interior mind. Houses, lakes, parks, and books become memories stored away in the folds of the book.
The type is Caslon printed from photopolymer plates. The images are pochoir and graphite. The paper is Zerkall Book.
These four maps chart the way from first seeing a glacier to thinking about it in the architecture of the mind.
Woodcuts, pochoir, and embroidery on Sekishu paper. 4 maps 16 x 20 in.