Published in conjuction with the solo exhibition "Unfolding Infinity"; it includes essays by Elizabeth Manchester and Ralph Jester.
Full-color, 12 pages, 2014.
"The paired colours chosen for the plates that Michèle van de Roer pulls vibrate with the texture of her elegant lines that follow each other in parallel dancing movements across the paper as they echo the rise and fall of drapery through a folding and unfolding of contours. These lines, cut into the copper by the pressure of the artist’s body – leaning into it, concentrating her physical and mental force into the needle’s tip – trace the potential to travel well beyond the edges of the plate, into a world of atomic shimmering and shivering where matter and non-matter collide."
-- Elizabeth Manchester