Jyoti Duwadi — Unbounded: Artists' Books & Imaginary Scripts

Date Range

October 2, 2023 to March 15, 2024

Location

Special Collections | Wilson 6
Images of imaginary scripts from Jyoti Duwadi's artists' books.

Contact Person

Transcending illusory boundaries is a central goal of the world’s great spiritual traditions. Created by Nepali-American artist and Bellingham resident Jyoti Duwadi, the works in this exhibition invite us to meditate on how everything in nature is like a word or phrase in a much larger narrative – an endless story that binds us all together.

The exhibition is free and open to the public, and will be available for viewing Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed weekends and holidays) in Special Collections (Wilson 6th floor). It complements another exhibit in the Western Gallery: “Jyoti Duwadi – Himalaya to Cascadia – Transcending Boundaries – Artworks 1973-2023."

For more information or to inquire about group/class visits to view the exhibit, please contact Special Collections Librarian Michael Taylor (taylo213@wwu.edu | (360) 650-3097).