Foreword, by Barbara Nessim: The following pages are a faithful reproduction of my 17th sketchbook, finished in August 1981. I have completed almost 100 books since 1974, and they are instrumental to... More > my creative process. My sketchbooks serve as an archive of imagery and ideas that inform my entire body of artwork. There are just 3 rules for these books: 1) must have beginning and end pages with dates 2) must work page after page 3) no page is torn out< Less
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17 Tips Project is a response to Brooklyn-based artist William Powhida’s work, "Tips for Artists Who Want to Sell (New and Unimproved)" (2010). Over the course of 17 weeks, artists... More > were given a weekly prompt based on one of Powhida’s original tips, culminating in a catalog and curated exhibition. The works included in the 17 Tips Project are diverse in media, including traditional 2D and 3D media, internet art, animated GIFs and video. The exhibition and catalog includes the work of 18 national and international artists.
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Welcome to Station 17.
Built as a Research Station by Hawks/Carpenter, to investigate the Shackleton Trench, it has now become a dark legend told in hushed whispers. A cursed place, where people go... More > mad.
If they even live.
In The Station 17 Chronicles, you'll find 3 stories of the doomed facility. In Underneath, ex-cop Terry King takes a job as security there to overcome his demons. However, once he descends to the depths of Station 17, he finds his personal demons aren't the only horrors he'll face.
In Stains, volatile CEO of Hawks/Carpenter, Kent Hawks, decides to take back the Station. Along with a rag-tag crew including his bodyguard, an IT tech, and a survivor of Station 17, he'd determined to get it up and running again. But the Station has it's own plans for Kent.
Finally, Station 17 tells the ultimate fate of the Station. Written off, and left to rot, it still has some horrors left to tell.< Less
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Stephen McLaughlin is a senior editor at the PennSound poetry archive and hosts the podcast Into the Field for Jacket2. He created the 3,785-page PDF anthology Issue 1 with Jim Carpenter in 2008, an excerpt of which was included in Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing. His first book of poems is Infinite Unexplored Domain of Poetic Values by Easter Halloween (Principal Hand Editions, 2011). < Less