What if words had bodies?
How would we hold each word on our tongues?
Would we carry self-hate around like the heavy baggage it is?
How would love feel on our taste buds?
I'm excited to announce my first self-published book, zine-not zine, Word Bodies, exploring the power of words and storytelling.
Each copy is hand bound with love, sprinkled with fairy dirt to conjure emotions within you, and custom book covers made from recycled folders. There are a limited run of 50 copies.
I'm asking $15 ~ $50 for a physical copy, or $10 ~ $15 for a digital (or more if you feel it's density!).
With an art class held at Humboldt State Photography, Art & Place, students used rephotography to explore Humboldt County's history through imagery. Photographs from the HSU library special collections archive were used to re-photograph the same locations, and merge these into one.
www.nicolejeanhill.com/ & I installed these photos on the Clark Museum wall for an outside gallery.
An article written through photojournalist narrative about the Mattole watershed, forest defense, and logging practices in Northern California.
Created for the Resiliency project at Humboldt State University.
Funded by the Sociology Department.
Created for EveryBody Humboldt during the Social Justice Summit at Humboldt State University.
This zine was created with two friends and i to continue conversations around the housing issues here in Arcata, CA.
This zine was created by 2 friends and i about reclaiming the imagination.
Capitalism as an economic system survives by continuous growth. Historically we've seen, and still experience, ecosystems and people being turned into commodified goods--creativity and the imagination is apart of this.
We draw from authors Max Haiven, Octavia Butler, and other humans who express on topics like this.