Handwriting Analysis is a work that brings together vintage photo booth photos and handwritten letters. I’ve created the narrative by choosing the photographs and matching them to the handwriting samples which I think their personality align with. Afterward with the help of an expert I ‘analyzed’ their handwriting, and the outcome can be read on the back of each page. I learned may new terms including, ‘Excessive Loops’, ‘Shallow Garlands’, ‘Long Cradle’ and ‘Inflated Upper Zone’.
Julie Shaw Lutts is a book artist exploring themes of history, women, geography, time, mathematics, memory and science, often using vintage items both strange and simple in her work, including maps, diaries, tintypes, photographs, handwritten letters, odd medical devices, keepsakes and relics. Most recently, Lutts published the first artist book app, called The CuRiOuS Alphabet. Her work is held in collections both public and private, including The Tate Britain, Winchester College UK, London College of Communication, Cardiff University UK, Emory University, Olin College of Engineering, Savannah College of Art & Design, The Book Art Museum Lodz, Poland. Her work is featured in 1000 Artists Books, Quarry & 500 Artist Books Volume II, Lark.