In Conversation:
John Cutrone, Gabriela Gamboa and Ingrid Schindall on Artist Books

Tuesday, May 10
6:30pm (approximately 1 hour duration)

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Join Bakehouse artist Gabriela Gamboa as she speaks with John Cutrone, Director of the Jaffe Center for Book Arts at Florida Atlantic University Libraries, and Ingrid Schindall, Director of IS Projects, about her most recent artist book, A Study of Dust. Exploring the alienation and disorientation that she experienced as a result of living in exile and exacerbated by the pandemic, Gamboa documented the spaces and objects she left behind. A Study of Dust is a compilation of these images, an easily transportable object that becomes a receptacle of memory and loss, as the artist navigates (un)belonging in a foreign country.

In a conversation moderated by Bakehouse’s Curatorial + Public Programs Manager, Laura Novoa, Gamboa, Cutrone and Schindall speak about the particularities of producing and the importance of collecting artist books and their potential as an accessible and democratic medium.

A Study of Dust was produced at IS Projects and acquired, in both its English and Spanish versions, by the Jaffe Collection at Florida Atlantic University Libraries.

This program is presented in partnership with Bakehouse Art Complex (Miami's premier not-for-profit incubator for artistic creativity), fine arts printmaking and book arts studio IS Projects, and the Jaffe Center for Book Arts at Florida Atlantic University Libraries.


JCBA programs are all brought to you by you. Please support us if you can with a tax-deductible gift. At our donation portal, you may make a gift to the Jaffe Support Fund, which helps us acquire new artists' books and prints for the Jaffe Collection, or the Jaffe Center for Book Arts Education Fund, which supports all of our educational programs. Thank you!