|Artist / Creator||Louise Levergneux|
|Place of Publication||Boise, Idaho|
|Process / Technique||Inkjet prints with an Epson Stylus Photo R3000|
|Structure / Binding||Turkish Map Folds in an exploding box with cloth covered board|
|Medium / Materials||A small red 3D printed house sits inside a larger pearl white 3D printed house|
|Paper Stock||Moab Lasal Matte and HP Bright White papers|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||4.5 x 5.5 x 4.5 inches closed.|
|Edition Size||Edition of 3|
|Signed & Numbered||Signed and numbered edition|
Finding Home is a visual narrative on being unsettled in an environment. I have moved many times during my lifetime but I still desire to be home—to find a sense of place, a sense of belonging. My new artists' book Finding Home tackles the experience of living in Idaho while I'm still deeply rooted in Canada. Dissimilar environments between my home divided by miles and miles of where I live give rise to common elements: butterflies, snow, sunsets, and the Maple Leaf. Where I belong means more than the place I inhabit. The question remains—where do I belong?
Artist BioLouise Levergneux is a photographer and book artist who creates limited-edition artists' books and has participated in national and international book arts exhibitions. Her work incorporates photography as a device that express her interest in the concepts of memory and identity, centering on collecting, storing, and disseminating personal information.