Digital offset printed and pamphlet stitched by hand, 16 pages, 5.5 x 7 x .25 inches.edition of 50. $30
Inkjet printed, drumleaf case bound by hand, 36 pages, edition of 25. Atlas Dream Sequence is a series of collages made from maps, where each page spread is an imagined magnification from the previous spread. The front and back of the book are equal; the sequence of images can be read from either direction. $450
Screen and letterpress printed, handbound with aluminum covers, 24 pages, viewable in 3D with enclosed anaglyph glasses. Published by Women’s Studio Workshop. 8 x 10 x .75 in, number 67 of an edition of 70. $600
Fake Snow Collection includes three sections, an ‘index’ containing annotated images of 40 fake snow specimens, ‘examples and readings’ containing 17 topical readings accompanied by images of the fake snow in a diorama settings, and a ‘samples’ section, with 40 fake snow samples. Printed on a HP Indigo Press and Coptic bound by hand, 75 pages, edition of 100. Published by Visual Studies Workshop Press. 8.5 x 9 x 1 in.,number 21 of an edition of 100. $130
Four from an ongoing series of pamphlets documenting the restoration of natural history models. 5.5 x 8.5 in. Laserprint. $3/each
Document containing all of the text included onboard the Voyager mission to outer space in 1977. Letterpress printed from both sides of handset metal type. 6.75 x 11.5 in. (closed) $30.
Uniform Paper displays a wide variety of handmade papers created from uniforms/outfits which were obtained through ebay or personal donation. Each of the 15 different papers are labeled with their content–some examples are: 100% diaper; 37% brownie jumper & 63% cotton; 88% military camoflage & 12% cotton; 100% wedding dress.
8 x 6 x 1.25 in. Handmade paper, hand bound, letterpress printed, edition of 33. $100.
Heidi Neilson works in drawing, printmaking and book arts with an occasional public projectâ€”all with conceptual inclinations. She recently cofounded an artist-run weather station on a studio building rooftop and presented her Queens neighborhood as a gigantic sundial, with a lone skyscraper as the shadow-casting spire. She has participated in residencies at the Lower East Side Printshop, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Kala Art Institute and Women’s Studio Workshop, and has exhibited widely, including at the International Center for Prints New York, the Queens Museum of Art, and The Drawing Center. Her works are in numerous public and private collections. Originally from Oregon, Heidi received an MFA in painting from Pratt Institute, and lives and works in New York.