|Title||11th and 12th Street|
|Artist / Creator||Ashlee Weitlauf|
|Press Name||pell mell press|
|Place of Publication||Burlington, NC|
|Structure / Binding||Two accordions nestle together to create one book with wrapper and hard-sided slipcase.|
|Medium / Materials||Screenprinting and letterpress printed.|
|Paper Stock||Rives BFK|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||7 x 7.25 inches (closed) and extending out to15.75 feet when open|
|Edition Size||Edition of 5|
|Signed & Numbered||Yes|
11th and 12th Street are two accordion books that document streets in a neighborhood where historic houses are neglected and threatened by development and arson. The two accordion books nestle in together back to back with the streets intersections lining up to create one book. Various text runs throughout the book and includes street numbers, house names, and other information. 11th and 12th Street are located in Knoxville, TN and documents the Historic Fort Sanders neighborhood.
Artist BioBorn in Paducah, Kentucky, Ashlee Weitlauf received her BFA in Printmaking from the University of Tennessee in 2002 and her MFA in Printmaking/Book Arts at Arizona State University in 2006. Specializing in letterpress printing, bookmaking, and hand papermaking. Her work has been featured in national and international juried exhibitions earning her numerous honors and awards. Some notable shows include Guild of Book Workers Centenary Show at the Groiler Club, New York City, 4th International Book and Paper Triennial at Columbia College, Chicago, and Pressing Issues at Corcoran Museum of Art in Washington D.C. Ashlee lives in Burlington, North Carolina where she is a studio artist and works in Book Conservation.