Allison Carter-Beaulé

keywords:
poetry, biology, letterpress, magnolias, artists’ books, silkscreen, dinoflagellates1, typographical ornaments, cats, “wetsuit,” etymology, organic chemistry, 35mm, epistles, research libraries, The Web, webs, tactile switches, broadsides, carpals, interdisciplinary, pluck, plucky, [sic], “and,” ornithology, marbles2, southern resident orcas3

footnotes:
[1] Artist-at-Sea resident, August 2023; two weeks sailing aboard the R/V Sally Ride with mesozooplankton scientists. (Photos; developing)
[2] Preview of marbling/microscopy
[3] The Names of the Glaciers artists’ book on view Jan 18 - May 1, 2024 at Center for Book Arts, NYC.
Interdisciplinary cross-pollination; convergences between science, language, material, & form.

Currently pursuing intersections between marine biology, oceanography, and research methodologies with art and publication.




education:

MFA writing poetry, independent studies in printmaking
  Columbia University, New York, NY
BSc in biology with double major in English literature
  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC


residencies, scholarships, & fellowships:
Artist-at Sea, Sitka Center for Art & Ecology 
Max Ritvo Poetry Fellow, Columbia University
Fine Press Scholarship, Center for Book Arts
Pine Tree Scholar, Barnard College


modes:
Letterpress printing, risograph, silkscreen, intaglio, mimeograph; paper marbling, illustration; hardcover binding, hot foil, slipcases & boxes; hybrid genres; 35mm film, digital photography.  


contact:
allisoncarterbeaule gmail
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