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LINKS: Conference papers and journal articles

Bonefolder issue with keynote address from 2004 Pyramid Atlantic conference by Johanna Drucker.

Marshall Weber paper at Australian Artists' Books Forum III in Mackay (here)

The quiet democracy of the contemporary artists' books (or why do artists make books?) paper by Sarah Bodman at the Books That Fly Conference, University of Brighton 2008. Download PDF here.

The Blue Notebook is an academic journal on artists books published by the Centre for Fine Print Research in the UK. Find out more here.

Article by Judith Hoffberg at Umbrella Online on 'The New Literature of Artists' Books'


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Call for Entries - UK conference (July 2009)

Started by Robert Heather Oct 13, 2008. 0 Replies

Call for Entries - US Conference (June 2009)

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Comment by Robert Heather on March 4, 2009 at 15:55
Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 06:32:47 -0800
From: Michelle Wilson
Subject: HYBRID BOOK CONFERENCE REGISTRATION TO CLOSE MARCH 6

For any questions or comments regarding this message, please contact hybridbook@yahoo.com

Due to the overwhelming response to the Hybrid Book Conference, the organisers will be closing registration for the conference on Friday, March 6. If you are planning to attend, they encourage you to make sure your registration is postmarked by that date, or they will not be able to accommodate you.

To see a list of speakers at the conference, please see this site.


The organisers would also like to extend a special thanks to all that have registered so far, it is your overwhelming responses that will make the Hybrid Book an exciting series of events!

And remember, visitors to the Hybrid Book Fair and the exhibitions have free admission! To see the list of vendors at the Hybrid Book Fair, please visit here.


To learn more about the exhibitions on display during the Hybrid Book, please visit the website.
Comment by Robert Heather on October 27, 2008 at 14:41
From: US Book Arts List
Subject: Registration is now open for THE HYBRID BOOK

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE EVENTS BELOW, PLEASE CONTACT hybridbook@yahoo.com.

Registration is now open for the HYBRID BOOK, INTERSECTION AND INTERMEDIA, (www.hybridbook.org) an International Book Art Conference and Fair, taking place on June 4-6, 2009 in Philadelphia, USA.

Hosted by Philadelphia's University of the Arts, THE HYBRID BOOK seeks to
explore how book art represent a multi-arts forum: two-dimensional,
three-dimensional, and time-based, one in which design, fine arts,
craft, language, and new technologies combine, compete, and intersect.

The HYBRID BOOK CONFERENCE will bring together established and emerging artists, scholars, librarians and educators to explore a variety of topics in a series of eight panels. The final event will be on Saturday evening, a dinner and a critical response to the conference and fair by Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof of Artblog (http://fallonandrosof.blogspot.com)

THE HYBRID BOOK FAIR is designed as an opportunity to sell works as well as provide an informal exhibition for artists and vendors to showcase the wide range of work being produced by book artists today. We invite both booksellers and individual artists to be part of this event. In addition, to encourage those new to the field, we are offering an Emerging Artist Half Table Rate and special opportunities for student artists.

For more information on THE HYBRID BOOK's panels, exhibitions, or to download our registration form, please visit www.hybridbook.org
Comment by Robert Heather on September 17, 2008 at 11:42
Artists’ Books Seminar 1 on How are artists using and investigating new media for publishing? Where are we going with this? Where will the books end up?

This is part of a project by Sarah Bodman and Tom Bowden at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England in Bristol.

The seminar was held at University of the West of England, Bower Ashton Campus, Bristol on Thursday 8th May 2008

PDFs of papers and presentations are available online here.
Comment by Robert Heather on September 4, 2008 at 15:40
College Book Art Association Biennial Conference
Call for Proposals

Art, Fact, and Artifact:
The Book in Time and Place
January 8-10, 2009


hosted by the University of Iowa Center for the Book

Talks, artist presentations, exhibits, demos, professional development, and tours

KEYNOTES
"Fearful Asymmetry," Randall McLeod, University of Toronto
"Enfolded by Holes: a talk on book openings," Tate Shaw, Preacher’s Biscuit Books and University of Rochester

Registration information will be posted by September 15.

Panel topics include:
- Risk and Renewal in Letterpress
- The Margins of Marginalia
- Individual Artist Presentations
- Old Systems, New Media
- Internationalizing the Book Arts
- Meditations on Loss
- Low-Quality Text, High-Quality Art
- Museums and Histories
- Extreme Materiality and Medieval Texts
- Visual Culture and the Book Arts
- High Theory
- Dickinson, Drucker, Howe, and the Canon
- The Role of Institutions
- Scraps and Archives
- The Renaissance and the Book Arts
- Constraints and Possibilities
- The Performed Book
- Artists’ Books and Pedagogy
- Matter and Meaning
- The New Old Media


Confirmed participants include:
Anne Bahde, Katie Baldwin, Peter Beldes, Timothy Barrett, David Berona, Jen Bervin, Doro Boehme, Betty Bright, Inge Bruggemann, Michele Burgess, Johnny Carrera, Macy Chadwick, Julie Chen, Betsy Davids, Shelley DiCello, Cristina de Almeida, Margot Ecke, Diane Fine, Gary Frost, Tatiana Ginsberg, Alisa Golden, Brandon Graham, Michael Henninger, Charles Hobson, Daniel Kelm, Mario LaPlante, Emily Martin, Kitty Maryatt, Nance O'Banion, Harry Reese, Ruth Rogers, Chris Rolic, Katherine M. Ruffin, Lee Running, Suzy Taraba, Melissa Tedone, Barbara Tetenbaum, Tricia Treacy, Susan Viguers, Kathy Walkup, Kristi Wermager, Laurie Whitehill Chong

For more information, contact Matthew P. Brown (matthew-p-brown@uiowa.edu) or Julia Leonard (julia-leonard@uiowa.edu)
Comment by Robert Heather on September 4, 2008 at 12:50
CALL FOR PAPERS:

Call for papers in the area of Popular Art, Architecture and Design for the 2009 National Conference of the Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association, to be held at the New Orleans Marriott Hotel (New Orleans, Louisiana) April 8-11, 2009.

Popular Art, Architecture and Design is concerned with the aesthetics of material culture in the everyday world of the past, present and future.

Scholars from such disciplines as Architecture, Art History, Fine Art, Industrial Design, and Interior Design are invited to submit proposals. At previous conferences topics have included World Fairs, architectural follies, urban image, baseball parks, fashion design, Buckminster Fuller, urban memory, Disneyland, railroad stations, Frank Lloyd Wright, literary architecture, shop-houses, mobile homes, folk art, Orientalism, and the effect of television on the home. It is truly a broad arena, so it would be great to have some papers on artist' books, letterpress printing, grunge publishing, etc.

Please e-mail a cover letter with contact information and
150-word abstract of your proposed paper to both
Dr. Loretta Lorance at llorance@earthlink.net
and Dr. Derham Groves at derham@unimelb.edu.au

NO ATTACHMENTS.

The deadline for abstracts is November 15, 2008.
 

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