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MOVING PARTS PRESS fine art and literary publishing    
10699 Empire Grade : Santa Cruz, California 95060
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ABOUT THE PRESS

"Courage and sublimity create a body of work where craft, execution and vision coalesce.The books and broadsides, the images, bindings and typography accrue and bear their own witness to excellence." --- Gary Young

Felicia Rice 1978


  Moving Parts Press has published handsome and innovative books, broadsides and prints under the direction of Felicia Rice since 1977. These editions of new literature, works in translation, and contemporary art explore the relationship of word and image, typography and the visual arts, the fine arts and popular culture.

 

Documentado/Undocumented
DOC / UNDOC
The Literatura Chicana/Latina Series and Livres d'Artiste Series are two areas of inquiry that have challenged and fed the editorial and artistic direction of the press since 1991. Focus and consistent effort over time characterize the press. The work evolves and revolves with the passing of the years. Codex Espangliensis
CODEX ESPANGLIENSIS

Felicia Rice


Felicia Rice
collaborates with visual artists, performing artists and writers to create book structures in which word and image meet and merge. She employs traditional typography and bookmaking methods in conjunction with digital technology, bringing the flexibility of screen-based design to the texture and history of the letterpress-printed page.

Work from the Press has been included in exhibitions and collections both nationally and internationally, from AIGA Annual Book Shows in New York and Frankfurt to the Victoria & Albert Museum. Moving Parts Press has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants including The Rydell Visual Arts Fellowship, Elliston Book Award, Stiftung Buchkunst Schönste Bücher aus aller Welt Ehrendiplom, and grants from the NEA, CAC and the French Ministry of Culture.