Marianne Dages: Into the Valley

Into the Valley


Eventually the sea will flow into the valley and roll over all…

Into the Valley is an evolution of the artist’s book Objects of Unknown Use, published by Dages in Spring 2017. Written using cut-ups to transform selected texts, this book of the dead records the memories of a traveller and its ka, as they traverse an alien landscape to escape an undefined force called the Yamagata Gray. Into the Valley extends the book into the gallery through object, print, and sound.

Marianne Dages is a Philadelphia based artist investigating the crossroads between image, language, and thought. She is an artist member of NAPOLEON and a winner of the 2016 Fleisher Wind Challenge. In 2015, she had a solo exhibition at Print Gallery Tokyo. She’s been an artist in residence at Herhusid, Beisinghoff Printmaking Residency, and the Book Arts Center at Wells College. She publishes artists’ books under the name Huldra Press.

Opening Reception
First Friday, February 2nd
6pm – 10pm

Reading and Artist’s Talk
Saturday, February 24th
4pm – 6pm

319 N 11th Street, 2L
Philadelphia, PA

Exhibition Dates: 2.2.2018 – 2.25.2018
Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 2pm – 6pm or by appointment
please email mdages at gmail dot com
Instagram: @huldrapress

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