Napoleon - It's named after the size: Marianne Dages
In the 13th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with artist Marianne Dages, printmaker and member of the collectively-run project space Napoleon. The two women discuss their common connections, how Marianne ended up in Philadelphia, and Marianne's experience as a member of the Napoleon collective the past four years.
Marianne Dages is a Philadelphia based artist investigating the crossroads between image, language, and thought. Her work is held in public collections including the MOMA Library, Yale University Library, and SAIC Chicago. She was awarded the two-year Core Fellowship at Penland School of Crafts, where she studied bookbinding and letterpress printing. In 2015, she had a solo exhibition at Print Gallery Tokyo. She's been an artist in residence at Herhusid in Iceland, Beisinghoff Printmaking Residency in Germany, and the Book Arts Center at Wells College. Marianne also teaches letterpress and bookbinding and publishes artists’ books under the name Huldra Press. She prints on a Vandercook No. 4 named Egon.
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