Dania Beach, FL: Claire Jeanine Satin, 2018. 1 of 2 copies. An homage to the Jewish Dutch philosopher, Baruch Spinoza (1632 - 1677). "This portrait is constructed using Spinoza's own words of philosophy and musings, with the exceptions of his eyes" in such a way that the text remains legible to read (Claire Satin). There is a scattering of a few three dimensional silver stars of David attached to the print. Printed on Lexan, a translucent material. Unframed. Size: 14 x 18 inches.
Claire Jeanine Satin, a well known book artist, sculptor and designer of public art installations. Satin's work has been extensively exhibited and collected in the United States and in Europe, including at The Library of Congress, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Getty (CA), MOMA, and The Victoria and Albert Museum. She is known especially for her conceptual works in uenced by the ideas of her friend and mentor the composer/visual artist John Cage, and the conversion of ordinary industrial materials into environmental constructions and book works of layered transparent mass. ARTB/010822.