The purpose of this course is to give students an opportunity to make their own artists' books using both photographic and digital imaging processes. Students will take pictures specifically for every class assignment. By studying established book structures such as the codex, scroll and concertina fold, as well as, one-of-a-kind artists' books and editions, students will also enrich their understanding of both historical and contemporary artists' books. A primary focus of the course will be on how a book functions as a sequence of complex ideas. By exploring and making a variety of alternative structures, narrative forms and the physical properties of a book, students will generate paginated works that include both imagery and text.