New York: Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1987. Limited Edition. Folio. One of 120 copies. Volume 5 in the Whitney Artist and Writers Series. SIGNED by the author and artist. Features color lithographs and screenprints by Tuttle with hand-stamping and letterpress text on handmade paper. In this tactile artist book, the seven-part poem by Berssenbrugge, which deals with issues of memory and identity, is juxtaposed with Richard Tuttle's delicate abstract imagery. "The artists’ collaboration challenges viewers’ expectations as to what a book can be as well as their modes of perception: Berssenbrugge’s poetry evokes the body and the senses while Tuttle’s pieces transcend—both visually and physically—the confines of the page. The material quality of the handmade paper and the book’s accordion fold add to the physical, interactive experience that Hiddenness demands" (MoMA). Edited by May Castleberry, and distributed exclusively to the artists and donors of the Whitney Library Fellows. Fine accordion-fold book bound in publisher's cloth-backed paper covered boards, lettered in gilt; original cloth-backed folding case with patterned paper cover.