In CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine’s first issue of 2011, Robbin Ami Silverberg talks about identity, memory, wisdom and the art of the book; Carol Barton delves into the process of perfecting a pop-up mechanism and Deirdre Lawrence takes a close lookat the Brooklyn Museum Library’s decidedly meta collection of artist’s books. Also appearing is the latest installment of the graphic exploits of Omar Olivera and Jose Olivera. February’s catalog insert takes a closer look at the Gallery II exhibition Measure for Measure, and includes images and articles by Daina Taimina on the omnipresence of the hyperbolic plane, Sarah Stengle on the singularity of mathematical art, and father/son team, MIT Professors artist Martin L. Demaine and mathematician Erik D. Demaine, who discuss their evocative, circular origami and the nature of the fold.

CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine is published quarterly, coinciding with Gallery II exhibitions. It can be purchased at single issue or subscription prices.

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