#100DAYSOFSCULPTURE is comprised of 100 sculptures that artist Debra Baxter created in 100 consecutive days and shared via social media. The book, intensely engaging and with a foil stamped cover by Iron Curtain Press, comes alive by being a movable and permanent site for these actions and objects beyond their digital presence.
In the included essay 'Knowable Things: 100 Sculptures from Debra Baxter', Nancy Zastudil writes: 'Ambitious yet attainable, the exercise gave her permission and freedom to carve out necessary time and space for new ideas and experiments—to tap into her existing reasons for art-making as well as broaden her scope of what philosopher Immanuel Kant described as "scibilia", or knowable things.' The book also includes an essay titled 'Adjacent, Against, Upon: Creating Sculptural Form' by Elizabeth A. Brown.