26 March 2011
Sara Burgess' White Paper Press is something of a renaissance anomaly. X-acto blades, crisp white paper and ample patience hardly describe the modern temperament. A task which tires the wrists before the eyes is quintessentially not now. However; the meticulous interplay of positive and negative space provide us a glimpse into the patient past and perhaps a moment to take a deep breath. Somehow this isn't your grandmother's Home Is Where The Heart Is needlepoint. In good hopes this pious devotion to the past can become as hip as the Polaroid camera.