Three Days in June
Writer and bookbinder Lindsay Zier-Vogel celebrates the tangible and intangible influences of place and transit through a trio of poems developed during the creative process for Sashar Zarif’s featured dance presentation, Kismet: Opposing Destiny. Each poem is hand-bound in a book, using paper found by the dancers and choreographer during the work’s development. This found paper, along with fragments of the in-process poems, have also been sewn into an accompanying quilt.
Lindsay Zier-Vogel is a Toronto-based writer, arts educator, and book-binder. In addition to her published fiction, her hand-bound books are housed at the Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library. She also created the internationally acclaimed Love Lettering Project and has two related books set for publication with Kids Can Press.
Conceived and created by Lindsay Zier-Vogel
Subjects: Sashar Zarif
Lindsay Zier-Vogel’s Headshot by Ted Zier-Vogel