Dexter sinister, The Last Shot Clock, 2018, edition of 16 copies, 23 x 10 x 10 cm, 7-segment led display set on a black steel box.
Artist book, risograph print, not bounded, edition of 70 copies signed, 31.8 x 43.2 cm (closed), 2018. GO TO SHOP
a book that blurs, conceals + reveals
An experimental artist book that taps into the perspectives, dialogs, and insights gathered by Treacy from various members of the creative community of the American Academy in Rome. The 2017–18 Rome Prize fellows as well as Rome-based artists and authors were asked to pause and reflect upon the theme of privacy or matters unspoken. Their contributions have been juxtaposed and interwoven to create random connections and an unconventional visual narrative. The process of Risograph printing with master printer, Jo Frenken (Charles Nypels Lab in Maastricht, Netherlands) initiated a meshing technique to communicate this web of private narratives. In place of reiteration, the project uses gaps and overlaps between the different perspectives as a structural principal.
Contributors include: Chiara Barzini, Sanford Biggers, Alessandro Cicoria, Brandon Clifford, Abigail DeVille, Alessandro Di Pietro, Allen Frame, Ashley Fure, Aroussiak Gabrielian, Valeria Giampietro, Sean Gullette, T. Geronimo Johnson, Joanna Klink, Antonella Lattanzi, Johanna Lobdell, Kevin Moch, Matteo Nucci, Elizabeth Cowan White, and Arnisa Zeqo.
Monotype, paint on Japanese paper, diptych, 63 x 94 cm, ed 1/3 + 1AP, wooden frame, produced for the Exhibition Flava – Solo annacquato, 2017, Rome.
Giulia Filippi, manual print on solar photo paper, 148 pp. edition of 4 copies, 14.5 x 10 cm, 2017. Produced for the exhibition ‘Come in Cielo’ 2017, Rome.