Leopoldo Bloom

How to Transition on Sixty-Three Cents a Day

Leopoldo Bloom

How to Transition on Sixty-Three Cents a Day

Date

2013

Edition Size

163

Media

Collage, Digital print, Letterpress

Binding

Custom enclosure

Dimensions

11 × 11 × 1 in

Location

Portland, OR

$ 350.00

3 in stock


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How to Transition on Sixty-Three Cents a Day, 2013 is a self-published memoir that details the author’s cross-country migration to access transgender health care. Set in the early 2000s, Leopoldo Bloom uses 31 unbound postcards to weave a non-linear travelogue of his transition. Enclosed in a in a 35mm film canister.

How to Transition on Sixty-Three Cents a Day, 2013 was printed using handset type and a letterpress platen press on various pieces of offset-lithographed postcards and other media.