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David Dellafiora
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  • Geelong, VIC
  • Australia
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Field Study
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My practise takes a variety of forms including installation, public art, and artist bookworks as well as coordinating the correspondence art group Field Study that has members all round the world. Though Field Study I instigate a number of ongoing publications, The Field Report, WIPE ,ReSite and KART.

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ReSite Assembling Magazine (Field Study)

Posted on October 29, 2009 at 20:10 0 Comments

ReSite

Re – a prefix indicating repetition.

Site – the place where some activity or event takes place.



ReSite is an assembling publication with a difference.

All pages are to be conceived as having an element of audience participation or interaction. Works could take the form of scores, instructions, or interventions to be realized by the reader.

ReSite is part of the tradition of Fluxus editions were anyone could perform a Fluxus action or score.



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Field Study International has developed a blog

Posted on August 15, 2009 at 12:27 2 Comments

http://daviddellafiora.blogspot.com/

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At 8:35 on May 22, 2012, TIZIANA BARACCHI said…

Thanks for Resite, just received. I would like to participate again. I would like also to participate in next Field Report: is it possible? What is deadline?

Ciao

At 20:17 on January 31, 2012, TIZIANA BARACCHI said…

Your e-mail fluxusstudy@hotmail.com address does not run well.

It comes back to me every time. Have you another one?

I want to know if you received my 40 artistamps for Kart.

Nextly you' ll receive also for Resite.

ciao

At 23:29 on July 27, 2010, Doug Spowart said…
Hello David,

Thanks for the Goodies!! I have a number of students who will contribute to the Salon - Vicky and I are in the PhD examination zone for the next month - will see if we can get something together.

The article on FOAB is with Bonefolder and expect that Peter wants to include it in the next issue later in the year - thanks for your corrections - I will let you know when it comes through.

The pictures of the workshop on you website look great. I'm wondering if the 'Bound in Yellow' book has been placed with the collections that you thought you may get it into - I'm looking at updating the study Resume.

Cheers for now.

Doug
At 22:53 on July 18, 2010, Doug Spowart said…
Thanks David - That is great. Doug
At 13:02 on July 18, 2010, Doug Spowart said…
Hello David - I'm working up a piece on the FOAB V event and I'm wanting to make the following comment about your presentation - I've got most of the key names you mentioned worked out - on Google checking some are illusive - I may have typos transferring from my rough notes. Can you check and advise - thanks.

Also - did you get my student Zine?

Cheers for now.

Doug

Artist and educator David Dellafiora introduced attendees to the art form of assembly magazines and mail art. Delving back through the history of the genre he discussed works by George Maciunas of Fluxus fame and other exponents of the art including Ray Johnson, Wallace Berman, Reomacnova, Victor Barone, Antonio Gomez, Susanna Luckner, Arthole and Cyanobacteria International. Dellafiora’s presentation was illustrated by examples of the works discussed. His own practice centers on the Field Study Republic, Kart 10 mail art and Wipe projects. Dellafiora offered information leaflets about mail art projects which were vigorously sought after by delegates at the presenter changeover.
At 18:01 on April 15, 2010, Jay Dee said…
Thanks David! Yes, deffinitely looking forward to getting involved! Best wishes, Jay Dee
At 8:51 on November 9, 2009, Robert Heather said…
At 17:06 on March 30, 2009, Robert Heather said…
David - what is your postal address?
At 22:48 on December 11, 2008, Doug Spowart said…
Hello David,
Saw your projects and am interesting in knowing more about Field Study.
Do you have any more information?

Victoria and Doug
At 19:16 on December 11, 2008, Robert Heather said…
Hi David -w elcome to Artist Books 3.0 - I posted some info about your projects today so some people may be interested in catching up.

You may also want to look at this site:

http://wemakezines.ning.com/

-Robert-
 
 
 

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