Support the production of the upcoming catalogue, Care and Wear: Bodies Crafted for Harm and Healing, by joining our limited presale. Presale catalogues will include Threadbare, a limited edition, hand-tinted linocut on archival paper by Jude Griebel.
Curated by Brendan and Jude Griebel from the collection of the Museum of Fear and Wonder, the exhibition Care and Wear: Bodies Crafted for Harm and Healing delves into the materiality of bodily experience. The exhibition brings together a collection of crafted surrogates for the human body that are variously designed to model or mimic physical and emotional aspects of the human experience.
The accompanying exhibition catalogue features colour images of key pieces from The Museum of Fear and Wonder Collection, as well as texts by Brendan and Jude Griebel, Lianne McTavish, and an interview with Brendan and Jude Griebel, Naomi Potter, and Shauna Thompson.
Located outside of Bergen, Alberta, the Museum of Fear and Wonder is a collaborative project by Brendan and Jude Griebel. It houses and illuminates their collection of historical craftworks that possess uneasy emotional or psychological resonance.
Care and Wear: Bodies Crafted for Harm and Healing
Texts by: Elizabeth Diggon, Brendan Griebel, Jude Griebel, Lianne McTavish, Naomi Potter, Shauna Thompson.
Design: Kelly Hartman
48 pages. 45 Colour illustrations, & 3 B&w.
Softcover, perfect bound.
Published & distributed by Esker Foundation.
8” x 11.5” x 0.25”
Jude Griebel, Threadbare, 2023.
Edition of 100 + 5 artist proofs, 6 x 4 inches.
Hand-tinted linocut on archival paper.
$125 + shipping