Craig Baldwin: Avant to Live! Archival Digital Print

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Craig Baldwin: Avant to Live! Archival Digital Print

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Craig Baldwin: Avant to Live! archival digital print
Designed by: Ian Wheelock 

GET IT WHILE YOU CAN! Produced in a first edition of 100 and designed by acclaimed artist Ian Wheelock, this limited edition archival digital print celebrates Craig Baldwin: Avant to Live!, currently in production for an early 2021 release.

Details:
— 18 x 24”
— Archival Digital Print
— printed at Kala Art Institute, Berkeley
— each print individually stamped and numbered
— printed in an edition of 100 (when they’re gone they’re gone)
— ships in early December 2020

About the Project: A collaboration between San Francisco Cinematheque and INCITE Journal of Experimental Media (and co-edited by Cinematheque’s Steve Polta and INCITE‘s Brett Kashmere) Craig Baldwin: Avant to Live! is a publication in-progress documenting the work of acclaimed filmmaker and curator Craig Baldwin (b. Oakland CA, 1952), a Bay Area legend and an inspiring and influential figure in contemporary media arts worldwide. Meticulously detailed, with contributions from over 50 writers, artists, illustrators and ideologues, and approaching 500 pages(!) in length, Avant to Live! will be the first critical text to examine the artist’s films analytically as a coherent and meaningful body of work and critical artist’s statement while also examining the cultural impact of Baldwin’s Other Cinema curatorial project. Currently in production, Craig Baldwin: Avant to Live! will be available early 2021. Details of the project (including list or contributors) is available here.

About the Artist:

Ian Wheelock is a visual artist from Tacoma WA. He has studied painting as well as printmaking at the Tacoma School of the Arts and recently graduated from California College of the Arts with a BFA. Combining a love of visual and narrative arts, Ian has been self-publishing comics since 2015. He published his first book, SPIRALAND, with Floss Editions in Oakland CA in the Summer of 2019. After completing his BFA, Ian is exploring new concepts in painting, narrative, animation and is currently seeking out larger projects. 

View Ian’s work at www.ianwheelock.com
or follow @ian.wheelock on Instagram or contact icwheelock@gmail.com

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Dimensions 26 × 6 × 6 in