The catalog's text is nearly as fascinating as the images; its interviews read like conversations rather than formal Q&As. When O'Connell says "I relate more to the raw energy being created then [in the 1970s, '80s, and '90s] than the slickness of contemporary output," it could be an epigraph for the entire project of Print/Collect. Whereas O'Connell defines herself as a "storyteller," Chris Day, whose work also suggests the rough-edged late '70s, says, "Sometimes I reduce all the disciplines I work in to their most fundamental points and call myself an imagemaker. . . . At the end of the day it all boils down to imagery." The tension between these two poles, the storyteller and the imagemaker, is beautifully and brilliantly captured in Print/Collect.