Collocation No. 14 (NATURE) Right Panel

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Artist Statement


Volume documents bound periodicals and journals in public libraries. Most of these publications are being replaced by their online counterparts. Several titles photographed in the process of this project have been destroyed. Searching endless rows of utilitarian text, I am struck by the physical mass of knowledge and the tenuousness of printed work as it fades from public consciousness. The act of hunting for and photographing these objects is fundamental to my process. I do not touch, light or manipulate the books and words_ preferring to document them as found in the stacks, created by the librarian and positioned by the last unknown reader. I focus on simple, provocative titles that transcend the spines on which they appear to create conceptual, language-based, anthropological works. Recent works in this series are multiple panel installations, called Collocations. Collocation is defined as "the act or result of placing or arranging together, specifically: a noticeable arrangement or conjoining of linguistic elements (as words)."


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Conceptual artist and photographer Mickey Smith (b. 1972, Duluth, MN, USA) received a BA in photography from Minnesota State University, Moorhead, in 1994. Images from her Volume series have been exhibited in New York, China and Russia. Smith has received the McKnight Artist Fellowship for Photography, as well as grants from Forecast Public Art Affairs, CEC ArtsLink and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Smith was a 2007 Hot Shot. She is represented by Invisible-Exports in New York.