about this piece
Two volume set
About this piece:
With Certain Ambiguity began as an urge to communicate with a group of individuals whom I felt were unable to understand the perspective in which I saw the world. With what I felt were blinded assumptions and clouded, shadowed views, I created imagery that was hidden as if being viewed through a blindfold. The blindfold represents classism, racism, bias and naivety. The images are ambiguous, leaving interpretations open to the lenses through which each viewer typically sees the world.
The goal of With Certain Ambiguity is to create an open dialogue with the artist as well as other viewers. The text, printed with letterpress, speaks to the willingness of the viewer to view content – and experiences – through a lens or blindfold that may appear differently from their own. Each image was printed using the non-silver printmaking process Vandyke Brown on handmade paper made from Sisal fibers from Kenya.
NOTE: The colophon in Volume II lists a constructed enclosure that is not currently available for the remaining copies.
paper, leather, thread, ink
About the artist:
Lives and works in Aurora, Colorado, United States.
Autumn T. Thomas creates artist’s books and interdisciplinary prints that take a critical view of cultural, social, and political issues. Autumn describes her A veteran of the US Air Force, Autumn received a BFA in Visual Communication from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is graduate from The University of the Arts’ Book Arts + Printmaking MFA Program in Philadelphia.