|Artist / Creator||Adele Little Caemmerer|
|Artist's Nationality||United States|
|Place of Publication||Leavenworth, Washington|
|Contributors||David Francis, PhD for the Afterword, Melanie Brauner for bookbinding, and Meghann Ney for printing|
|Process / Technique||Offset printed|
|Structure / Binding||Leporello|
|Paper Stock||Mohawk Superfine Eggshell paper|
|Number of Pages||66 pages|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||5 x 5 x 1 inches closed. Extends out to 48 inches.|
|Edition Size||Edition of 10|
|Box / Wrapper||Chemise|
|Signed & Numbered||Signed and numbered edition|
The drawings printed in this book are part of a series begun while I was living in India. I decided to document my daily commute in abstract, linear drawings. Bumps and turns, starts and stops, the type of vehicle in which I was riding, all became co-creative forces, guiding the direction of my drawings. The documentations have expanded to include various modes of transport, traveling to locations all over the world. As a visual narrative, they ride the tension between transition and place. The lust, or desire, to both wander and be somewhere meet in that precise moment on the page. While each drawing can stand alone, the real power of these drawings is in their serial nature. As viewers hold the collection of traffic patterns in their hands, my hope is that they would begin to 'see' the rhythms of their own journeys, daily and otherwise.
Artist BioAdele Little Caemmerer is a teaching artist living in Central Washington. She has been engaged in a project translating rhythms of daily life into visual form. While her grounding is in painting and drawing, the serial nature of her work has led her to the medium of books. Working in collaboration with a book binder and printer, she has produced a collection of her drawings documenting her experience of movement and travel.