Here's my "transformed disintegration" book, a part of Seth's marvelous Disintegration Project. The original bundle of papers and books (including Wreck This Journal) looked like this in February, with seaweed and snow.
Then I released the bundle from its pile of snow and seaweed and found it beautiful in a slightly horrific way. So once the paper was dry and every last sow bug had left the bundle, many of the pages seemed to need to become a book.
Close up of the seaweed, feather, starfish, shells, driftwood, twine (from original bundle) & large mammalian molar mostly pulled up from the harbor:
I had wanted to create a photo album/art journal where I could play with the ideas of disintegration, transformation, and home. So here is an old family photo of my Aunt Doris and Uncle Wibur (missionary kids in China):
My Aunt Doris:
And that's it for the moment. More to follow as I continue to work these old family photos into the Treasure from My Taiwanese Childhood project.
I am sure enjoying the process. Once again thank you Seth!