|1 in 3
|Artist / Creator
|Place of Publication
|Process / Technique
|Letterpress printed from metal type and polymer plate; inkjet printed
|Structure / Binding
|Stonehenge, Hahnemuhle Duo, Epson papers
|Number of Pages
|6 flags, 3 rows
|6 x 9 x .5 inches. Extends out to 19.5 inches
|Edition of 25
|Box / Wrapper
|Presented in a hard-sided slipcase
1 in 3 was inspired by recent media attention focusing on domestic violence. Creating this piece proved more difficult than I expected. It forced me to reflect on my own experiences with domestic abuse. Those who have never been in an abusive relationship usually ask, "Why did s/he stay?" Unless you have experienced it, it is hard to understand. This is not an all-inclusive representation of domestic abuse. However, I hope that the content of this book helps the viewer to better understand the victim's point of view and the lack of resources that often the hinder a victim's ability to escape the situation.
Artist BioJaime Lynn Shafer is a 2014 Corcoran College of Art + Design MA Art & the Book graduate. A native of Pennsylvania, Shafer graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 1999 with a B.F.A. in Fine Arts/Ceramics and a certification in art education. She spent thirteen years teaching art in the Pennsylvania public school system and traveled internationally with her students, offering them an opportunity to experience the global community. Shafer's work has been exhibited in the US and abroad and is a part of the permanent collections of Yale's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, George Washington University's Gelman Library, and UCLA Biomedical Library. Shafer is the 2014-2015 recipient of the Nell J. Redfield Fellowship in Book Arts at the University of Nevada, Reno.