Of Knowledge and Of Life is an edition of three artist books. Each book is bound with an exposed coptic stitch and printed using silkscreen and letterpress printing methods. The artist book’s exposed spine and contents reference the biblical creation myth of Adam and Eve.
Of Knowledge and Of Life reframes Eve as the only person courageous enough to tempt God’s will and attain knowledge. This work challenges the Pandora trope, in which a woman’s curiosity, will, and defiance are to blame for the world’s many problems. Of Knowledge and Of Life reimagines curiosity and subversion as admirable traits in women. This artist book honors the strength of women; while paying respect to the knowledge humanity has gained due to women's actions, desires, and thoughts.