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Miriam Schaer
  • Female
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • United States

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I make sculptural books from clothing and other found objects. Girdles, bustiers, brassieres, gloves, aprons, children’s' clothes-are my means of containment. Inside these stiffened, shaped, embellished enclosures, I conceal books and other objects that document my exploration of feminine, social, and spiritual issues.
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At 0:34 on October 13, 2009, Laura Wait said…
Hi Miriam. I guess I am slow- did not look at this page for awhile. I saw you book, and wnt to the opening. It is a very nice show! Lots of old friends in thebooks, and also saw lots of locals I had not seen for awhile. I was talking to an artist up here, and she thought it was not a very good shwo since the books werent very well made, or something like that. I thought she was nuts!... Laura
At 11:51 on September 29, 2009, Janet Goldner said…
Hi Mimi, I just found this site and you were already my friend! How nice. Hope all's well.
At 9:52 on August 5, 2009, Laura Wait said…
Of course ... I hope to see you new work in person one of these days. Laura
At 22:16 on July 24, 2009, Dianne Longley said…
HI Miriam,
How is life in artist-book world? I am still doing books, and other work, but I have taken time out to do a PhD! Madness. I hope you are well and your books are multiplying. Love from Dianne in Adelaide.
At 21:09 on May 29, 2009, Leonard Seastone said…
Hello Miriam. Not doing a table at Hybrid. So hope to see your table better this time around.
At 9:42 on February 6, 2009, Andrew Eason said…
Hi Miriam, glad to see you here: I remember your books, particularly the glove piece from Tale of Two Cities.
At 3:59 on February 6, 2009, Maddy Rosenberg said…
Oy, I haven't even gotten all my stuff up on Facebook and Flickr! But this place does feel more cozy, always liked the warm feeling of the book world. Glad you're going Friday, the cold has gotten me hibernating again the last couple of days, looking forward to re-surfacing tomorrow! I can be there whenever you want, just let me know.
At 23:32 on February 5, 2009, scott mccarney said…
Hiya Miriam. Thanks for the warm thoughts -- we're back in the single digits again (brrrrr . . .). Looking forward to seeing you in Philadelphia in June. (Looking forward to June, too) -<{S}>-.
At 22:31 on February 5, 2009, Sarah Bodman said…
Hi Miriam
Nice to see you on AB3, we are snowed in here, so amusing myself online.
At 21:24 on September 9, 2008, Dianne Longley said…
HI Miriam,
I met you at the Centre for Book Arts in New York! I hope you are well. Love Dianne

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