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Your website address:
http://www.co-opones.to
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urban archaeology
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Designer, creative director, business change force consultant, content facilitator, multi media operator, digital realisation, collector of ephemera, artist book producer, general maverick . . .
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http://viewersite.wordpress.com/

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http://www.ephemeral-male.blogspot.com/

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All my Ed Ruscha items have been given to Noreen Grahame to include in her upcoming artist books for sale, web offering.

Posted on March 27, 2010 at 21:30 0 Comments

I've just finished the text revisions for these specific items from my artist book collection, you are welcome to download the .pdf - here. Usually the more pristine the copy is, the more money it commands but my copy of 'little fires' is a dirty little ditty with an interesting past . . . Noreen's updated web is… Continue

Everyone should enjoy this movie - I did

Posted on December 23, 2009 at 16:19 0 Comments

the first is the link to the movie on youtube

the second is the link to the blog:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9a5hH5idQc&feature=player_embedded

http://www.monoscope.com/2009/12/

Here are x4 links to a 2001 artist book that has completely sold out.

Posted on October 7, 2009 at 16:30 0 Comments



I just had an enquiry about a 2001 artist book from a designer in Sweden, the query came through a blog entry requesting how he could find the detail on the old viewer directory? (that isn't searchable except by scrolling down through 20 years of entries) . . .

Go here, there are two books in one. There are two viewing platforms also, I did a slide preview as a .pdf for each book and a very early flash… Continue

My latest collage fills the perspex box that Wim de Vos gave me for the 10 year celebrations for The West End Studios in Brisbane

Posted on August 23, 2008 at 17:30 2 Comments

Every print maker and artist book producer who has an association with the studio founders - Adele Outteridge & Wim de Vos have been given a box as well. The show and cake cutting celebrations are set down for 3:30pm Saturday the 13th September 2008, with "words" by Jeraldene Just. The blurb says from 2:00pm at Factory Two, 2nd Floor 35 Mollison Street West End. Phone +61 7 3844 8469 for further details (and the party is sure to go on until the wee hours)!

Here's a snapshot of the… Continue

I just posted my intro movie to my paper at "focus on artists' books 3 in Mackay Australia

Posted on July 21, 2008 at 19:45 0 Comments

here's the link to my blog:
http://viewersite.wordpress.com/2005/10/06/the-movie-set-up-for-malcolms-talk-at-focus-on-artists-books-3-mackay-2005/

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At 0:30 on April 7, 2010, Klaus von Mirbach said…
Dear Malcom, thanks for your very wonderful welcome and your advice. I will always take it to my heard. By the way, I remember a friend of mine, William Shakespeare once gave me a similar advice: Klaus, he said, Klaus, you better start swimming or you sink like a stone. Sorry, it was not Shakespeare it was Bob Dylan. But never mind he is also a friend of mine. Malcom, once again, thanks for your welcome.
At 11:22 on September 11, 2008, Helen Cole said…
Aah, Des- think when I last saw him he was still supping with the Mad Hatter-worse off than I am.
At 20:10 on August 25, 2008, Doug Spowart said…
Hello Malcolm - The portrait with Vicky was made at Edith Falls near Katherine Gorge in the Northern Territory - She looks so innocent and I'm the menacing creature of the black lagoon!!
Probably see you @ the Studio West End 10th

Cheers
At 19:32 on August 22, 2008, Sarah Bodman said…
Hello Malc and Barb, nice to hear from you! All is good thanks, if not rather wet here in rainy Bristol. I hope to join in the site more when I have time, I am a bit useless at this. Keep in touch with your news. love, Sarah
At 19:31 on July 21, 2008, malcolm enright said…
Hi Robert, I've just updated the viewersite blog with some movie uploads, I just re-subscribed for a second term, paying US$ for graphics as part of cascading style sheets and the additional 5Gb storage so I could show and upload movies . . . here's the intro to my talk you commissioned (at last):
http://viewersite.wordpress.com/2005/10/06/the-movie-set-up-for-malcolms-talk-at-focus-on-artists-books-3-mackay-2005/
At 20:02 on July 18, 2008, malcolm enright said…
Robert, 17 days since the last message. Crikey, you still have that (yellow) tinge and I learn they are avatars, nice.
We had x4 comments from a wordpress.viewersite blog visitor last night.
I promise I'll find more time on here, Hi to Aine Scannell.
At 18:12 on July 18, 2008, Robert Heather said…
Malcolm, the yellow man was me 'simpsonised' but I didn't realise that I had accidentally set it up as the default picture for everyone joining up - by the time I fixed it, it was too late for some people who still haven't bothered replacing their avatar...

So it may be saying more about us 'bureaucrats' rather then you 'artists'?
At 11:10 on July 1, 2008, malcolm enright said…
yes I persisted with the sign-in . . . thanks

I noticed all the arts bureaucrats at the front of the members folder, all with the same yellow man icon - is this saying something to us (artists)?
At 9:59 on July 1, 2008, Robert Heather said…
Hi mal, obviously it finally worked. Good to see you here.
Robert
 
 
 

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