|Title||Boynton Beach Bubble|
|Artist / Creator||Emilie Haaf|
|Artist's Nationality||United States|
|Place of Publication||Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania|
|Process / Technique||Inkjet|
|Structure / Binding||Staple bound zine|
|Medium / Materials||Digital and Film images|
|Paper Stock||Xerox paper|
|Number of Pages||20 pages|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||1.875 x 2 x .0625 inches closed.|
|Edition Size||Edition of 25|
|Signed & Numbered||Signed and numbered edition|
Boynton Beach Bubble is one of three in this series. While visiting Florida in May, I was inspired by this little community in the town of Boynton Beach and found it fascinating how only a few people still resided there over the summer instead of going back north. There was rarely a person to be found and it felt like this community was in a "bubble". This is a study of the town in a little two-inch bubble book.
Artist BioEmilie Breaux Haaf graduated Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2015 with a BFA in Fine Arts, in Photography, and a minor in Crafts, with a Textiles concentration. Since graduation, she was commissioned by photographer and professor, Dan R. Talley, to create two sets of hardbound photobooks, one small edition 12 volume book set, Walks in North Park, that was a part of his solo show at the Baum School of Art, Pennsylvania. The other was an edition of 10 titled,Yesterday's Coffee, Tomorrow's Eggs, which was accepted into a photobook show at Griffin Museum of Photography, Massachusetts. Emilie was accepted as an Artist in Resident at Kutztown University for the Photography Department, Spring Semester 2016, concentrating on her photobook arts. Working as a freelance artist, she is continuing working with textiles and Shibori dying techniques and processes for natural fibers, which she combines with her book arts.