"Hey Ross, cool! love the printing process. Exciting that we might meet at Mackay. it's the best conference in every way, well run, comprehensive and with great speakers. I won't miss it for the world but won't have the chance of a…"
"Hi Linda, sorry about my tardiness in replying. thanks for your comments on story of the bible ( now in the collection of Monica Oppen ) still working on the whole validity of organised religion in contemporary society ideas, plenty of print fodder…"
Hey Ross, cool! love the printing process. Exciting that we might meet at Mackay. it's the best conference in every way, well run, comprehensive and with great speakers. I won't miss it for the world but won't have the chance of a book in this year as I stuffed up on the deadline date. moved house and life's been crazy! ah religion...it confounds and delights us with its frailities, inconsistencies and horrors but we continue to explore and de construct all its whims and fancies. linda x
hello Ross, and welcom friend! :-) Love the use of the images in The Story of the Bible. Therein lies another story...in fact, many stories, as varied as life and its players. What printmaking process was used to print the images onto the page? Are you going to Mackay next year? Linda x
Robert Heather suggested I check out your page. I don't think State Library of Vic has any of your books to date. Do you want to email me on and we can discuss further. Note I'll be away rest of this week, back next week. Cheers
hi Ross, your work looks really powerful, unfortunately, the forces you describe in your book are beating down the economy here in the USA and I can't imagine how to even afford postage to Australia never mind establish a good working relationship
we just don't know what the hell is going to happen
couple this with me basically losing my mind and we got a craptacular situation (though those who know me well are used to me periodically losing my mind...)
maybe when things calm down and if Booklyn (which is not affiliated with any academic, corporate or state institution) survives we could work together
in fact I think you will appreciate the thought that what this economic beat down is basically about, is destroying any organization that is not affiliated with an academic, corporate or state institution, the last gasp of global capitalism, eliminate any possibility of alternative economic systems or networks, shake out the lone criminals and round up everything into gov. and corporate control.
well that's today's rant, I think your book's images accompany it quite well and actually were a little inspiring to me
who knows tomorrow I may be happy!
resistance to this malarkey exists everywhere, including inside your books!
Ross - I think we did briefly meet at Julie's gallery last year for the SCU Prize? Anyway keep up the good work and make sure you talk to Mackay as well! Another person you should contact is Marshall Weber at Booklyn - he is on this network and I think he would be interested in your work as well...