Agents of Change by Wilber Schilling - SOLD OUT!

Agents of Change is an artists’ book, produced in the spirit of an exhibition catalog, as part of Cull.arbor.ation: Culling the Urban Forest. It explores urban forestry practices, environmental policy making, and the parasitic diseases and non-parasitic disorders that destroy trees. Agents of Change is printed two-sided and grows to 194 inches when fully open. It contains observances by the artists and a seven-inch vinyl record with tracks containing chain saw and wood chipping sound art. Photographic images in the book represent a time line of important political changes and speak to the loss of trees in the urban forest.

Artist Bio

Wilber H. "Chip" Schilling creates fine press books, artists' books, broadsides and prints-specializing in design, photography, letterpress printing and binding. Since 1992, he has worked under the imprint of Indulgence Press. Schilling earned a BA in history and photography from Clark University (Worchester, MA) and an MFA in book arts and printmaking from The University of the Arts (Philadelphia, PA). His work is collected and exhibited internationally. Schilling currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Fine Press Book Association and for the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art. He has taught at the College of Visual Arts, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Carleton College, and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Most recently he taught in the graduate program at Columbia College Chicago on a one year visiting lecturer appointment.