Books by Miranda Maher

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  • 1000 Coordinates of Violence        Miranda Maher        Books / Artists' Books        $25.00
  • Long News in The Short Century        Miranda Maher, Barbara Henning and editor        Periodicals        $5.00
  • Long News in the Short Century        Miranda Maher, Barbara Henning and editor        Periodicals        $5.00
  • Redbook: A Book of Hours        Miranda Maher        Books / Artists' Books        $14.00
  • How To Read And Write In The Dark        Barbara Henning and Miranda Maher        Books / Artists' Books        $10.00
  • Emergency Instructions        Miranda Maher        Books        $14.00
  • Contemporary Immaculate Conceptions        Miranda Maher         / Multiples        $25.00
  • After Reasonable Research [Fourth Edition]        Miranda Maher        Books        $50.00
  • Sur Veils        Miranda Maher        Books / Small Books        $16.00
  • GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! : Madwomen & Murderesses        Miranda Maher        Books        $12.00
  • Redbook Redux        Miranda Maher        Books / Artists' Books        $50.00
  • Untitled (Eat This)        Miranda Maher        Editions / Multiples        $30.00
  • 100 Coordinates of Violence        Miranda Maher                $10.00
  • Long News in the Short Century        Barbara Henning, editor and Miranda Maher        Periodicals        $5.00

…Perhaps They Were Periods of Peace: An Exhibition of Artists’ Books by Miranda Maher, is on view until April 16th.

New York-based visual artist Miranda Maher has self-published a dozen artists’ books over the past 25 years under her imprint Horse in a Storm Press. Maher’s work is largely interested in how–taken collectively–instances of conflict or aggression can be distilled down and newly understood. It asks of us: How are these moments processed? What is the power of standing witness to the violence done between people (and who, after all, gets seen)? In re-documenting the sites and circumstance of recorded violence –whether that be in rape statistics from the FBI database, or source material tracking across 2000 years of warfare – there is something to be gleaned in the sheer volume of the tally her works keep. The artworks, as Maher acknowledges, may not prevent or deter violence, but the simple act of registering these moments, of taking stock, and being witness to it front-on is difficult work as well.

Last updated 7/26/2016
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