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Oral Site. Home - Siglio Press. Artists' Books - The Complete List. Performance as Publishing. Unshelfmarked. Unshelfmarked: Reconceiving the artists’ book Michael Hampton For more than one copy or to order multiple titles please email your order and we will calculate the postage cost.Email Uniformbooks ISBN 978 1 910010 06 8 176pp, 234 x 142paperback with flaps 2015, £12.00 Reviews and articles “It’s a terrific piece of work.”Denis Boyles “Michael Hampton is a knowledgeable and pleasingly idiosyncratic guide, trenchant and droll in equal measure and fond of lexical as well as bibliographic oddities.”Gill Partington in The Times Literary Supplement, 6 November 2015 “…an intellectual yet refreshingly unclassed grassroots approach, where artists’ books are everywhere and perhaps nowhere, potentially everything and no single thing at the same time.”Tate Shaw in Afterimage Vol.43 No.5.


Performance as Publishing. Unshelfmarked. Unshelfmarked: Reconceiving the artists’ book Michael Hampton For more than one copy or to order multiple titles please email your order and we will calculate the postage cost.Email Uniformbooks ISBN 978 1 910010 06 8 176pp, 234 x 142paperback with flaps 2015, £12.00.


" " 2.0.1 Revue de recherche sur l'art du XIXe au XXIe siècle. Dieter Roth. Onestar Press Home - Onestar Press. BOOK MACHINE (Paris) 20/02/13 14h30 / oneday onestar one press / Bernard Blistène in conversation with Christophe Boutin & Mélanie Scarciglia:


Book Arts. Artists’ books have emerged as an energetic contemporary artform over the last forty years.

Book Arts

Developing from their last materialisation in the 1960s as a way of bypassing the constraints of the gallery; as a vehicle for the dissemination of ideas and a radical format of bringing art to a wider public through artists self-publishing their work. Impact press. IMPACT 6 Multi-disciplinary Printmaking Conference Proceedings editor: Hoskins, StephenPublisher: Impact Press, UWE BristolDate: September 2011ISbN: 978-1-906501-03-7URL Links: Abstract:

Impact press

The Chopped-Up Novels and Appropriation Poetry of an Artist and Bookmaker. Surveillance Index. The Feverish Library (continued) ‘… I must ask you to join me in the disorder of crates that have been wrenched open, the air saturated with the dust of wood, the floor covered with torn paper …’ – Walter Benjamin, Unpacking My Library The Feverish Library (continued) is a group exhibition of 28 artists and, in part, a continuation of The Feverish Library, curated by Matthew Higgs and held at Petzel Gallery, New York in 2012.

The Feverish Library (continued)

That exhibition took its name from Jorge Luis Borges’ text The Library of Babel, bringing together works whose premises are predicated on the book as a conceptual, psychological, and cultural form. While several artists from the New York exhibition, amongst others Erica Baum and Robert Longo, present new works, pieces are added from mostly Berlin-based artists such as Natalie Czech, Oliver Laric and Eli Cortiñas. The range of the works reflects the breadth of the subject. While the works exhibited share a theme, their approaches to it are diverse.

PEP TALK 1 - A READER. TROLL THREAD. Downloads. Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017. What is the role of art publishing today?

Publishing as an Artistic Toolbox: 1989–2017

How have artists adapted modes of publishing as a tool for their practice? How has the notion of artists' publishing activity changed, given the ever-increasing amount of fairs and an ever-evolving number of book-related collections in contemporary art museums? Publishing has developed a favorite site and medium for aesthetic and artistic experimentation. It has also become an alternative space for promoting unrestricted individual or collective discourse. Montag ou la bibliothèque à venir - Hq. Poetics of Relation/Slippery Sessions: The Book — département arts visuels. 0x0a. Art by Translation. Art by Translation is an international research program in art and curatorial practices directed by Maud Jacquin and Sébastien Pluot.

Art by Translation

Organized in sessions dedicated to specific research themes, this itinerant program takes place at different sites in Europe and North America and develops artistic and curatorial projects, discursive events and publications in collaboration with museums, art schools and universities. In each context, research is enriched by the contributions of international artists, lecturers, doctoral and master’s students from different disciplines. Art by Translation, in close partnership with the CNEAI= art center in Pantin/Paris, and the French art schools, Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts TALM, Angers (Esba TALM) and Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts Paris-Cergy (ENSAPC), involves the participation of four artist-researchers who accompany the program in its different international contexts.

About : lemonmelon. Daniel Fogarty. Raven Row. Organised by John Douglas Millar, David Musgrave, Luke Skrebowski, Natasha Soobramanien and Luke Williams.

Raven Row

Raven Row plays host for six weeks to a series of public events that mine the contested space between contemporary literature and art. Taking this space as a starting point, the participants – including leading writers, visual and performance artists – reflect on the possible overlaps, parallels, tangents and interferences between some of today’s most adventurous forms of writing and art making. I Love Roses When They're Past Their Best. (Ve) Boabooks : Boabooks. Welcome : The Liberated Page. Anne Szefer Karlsen on ‘Dublett’ - Events - Independent Curators International. Image credit: Anti/Grandpeople Anne Szefer Karlsen on ‘Dublett’ Tuesday, October 4, 2016 6:30–8pm ISCP 1040 Metropolitan Ave.

Anne Szefer Karlsen on ‘Dublett’ - Events - Independent Curators International

Brooklyn, NY FREE and open to the public Curator Anne Szefer Karlsen will discuss the relationship between editorial and curatorial work, taking as her starting point the book series ‘Dublett’. This publication series (2012-15) included four artist’s book by Annette Kierulf & Caroline Kierulf, Toril Johannessen, Pedro Gómez-Egaña and Elsebeth Jørgensen – each representing a distinct work of art by the artist, in part though a series of specially commissioned texts contributed by authors from a variety of disciplines. The books have a particular ‘three-part architecture’, designed by award-winning designers Anti/Grandpeople. Offsite Hub event, in collaboration with the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP). This event is free and open to the public. New Documents. Ə /UH/-BOOKS - ABOUT.

Pr/ paula roush: msdm publications. Erg - séminaire : Page ages page ages page ages* Le ready-made est supposé avoir été inventé par Marcel Duchamp en 1913 : c’est la fameuse Roue de Bicyclette. Le nom de ready-made apparaît en 1912 dans les Notes rassemblées pour la Boîte Verte. Abritée par la réitération de ce nom propre, l’invention duchampienne se poursuit pendant un demi-siècle, Elle se réalise en 1964 avec la réalisation artisanale et en série limitée des ready-mades pour le galeriste Arturo Schwartz. Entre 1912 et 1964, Marcel Duchamp fait ainsi du ready-made une boussole dans l’exploration d’une question qui nous occupe encore : qu’échangeons-nous sous le nom d’art ? A quelles conditions un acte fait oeuvre? Castillo/corrales. Paraguay Press is the publishing house of castillo/corrales. It was created by the group who works here to reclaim control of the means of creation, production and distribution of the books in which their work appears. Les éditions Mix. Automatic Books.

Badlands Unlimited. Juan de la Cosa. & So : & So. <o> future <o>. The Serving Library. Am Nuden Da. Am Nuden Da Let's Not Dispute The Useless. ... Series - Triple Canopy. Reading—reading aloud, reading aloud texts authored by others (and sometimes rewriting them first)—is a creative act, a way of devising new forms of authority.

Written text is now increasingly detached from the unifying format of the book and is accessed online, circulated and reproduced digitally, viewed on myriad screens. What, in this context, might it mean to represent a text by voice alone? What does the sound of reading—alone or with a chorus—contribute, alter, or signify? The works presented in this series are reimagined by means of voice. Their authors attend to the ways in which sonic elements, a pause for (human) breath or the odd cadence of audio generated by a text-to-speech program, contribute to the sense and feeling of a written work.

Three Letter Words. The Piracy Project Catalogue. Unfold. 89plus and the LUMA Foundation. Publishing House. DOMINICA. Tanya Leighton - End Note. Performance as Publishing. Where is a semi-public, high security security shipping container and publishing project in Brooklyn, New York. The Book Lovers. FormContent — The Subject Interrupted.