Debra Bloomfield: Wilderness

Bob Aufuldish

As Rebecca Senf writes in her essay, The Place is Wilderness, “Debra Bloomfield does not worry about showing each detail she observed or conveying all the information she learned while she was there. Instead, she tells us what wilderness means. What it feels like to be there. What we need to understand about the place in order to care about it, appreciate it, value its existence, and be concerned about its future. Her photographs convey the experience of wilderness.”

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    Bob Aufuldish, USA (2011)

    Bob Aufuldish is a partner in the San Francisco area-based graphic design firm Aufuldish & Warinner and a Professor at the California College of the Arts (CCA), where he has taught...

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    As Rebecca Senf writes in her essay, The Place is Wilderness, “Debra Bloomfield does not worry about showing each detail she observed or conveying all the information she learned while she was there. Instead, she tells us what wilderness means. What it feels like to be there. What we need to understand about the place in order to care about it, appreciate it, value its existence, and be concerned about its future. Her photographs convey the experience of wilderness.”

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    • University of New Mexico Press / Debra Bloomfield
    Bob Aufuldish, USA (2011)

      Bob Aufuldish is a partner in the San Francisco area-based graphic design firm Aufuldish & Warinner and a Professor at the California College of the Arts (CCA), where he has taught graphic design and typography since 1991. At CCA from 1995 to 2016 he was design director of Sputnik, a student-staffed studio that produced work for the college. In recent years his professional practice has focused on work for cultural institutions and non-profits. He has designed projects for Pier 24 Photography, the Center for Creative Photography, Aperture Foundation, Nazraeli Press, Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the deYoung Museum, the Nature Conservancy, and the California College of the Arts, among others. A digital type foundry, fontBoy.com, was launched in 1995 to manufacture and distribute fonts designed by Bob and his partner, Kathy Warinner.
      He has a BFA and MFA in graphic design from Kent State University, Ohio.

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