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TOAST: A Night on Weevil Lake
An event held on World Book Night, Saturday 5th March 2011, in tribute to Douglas Coupland's novel The Gum Thief, an evening of nothing being cooked, Chinese food having to be ordered in and eaten off of paper plates from Staples. Collaborators were asked to send photos of toast, produce music, write 200 words from the perspective of a piece of toast, to make things on the night etc.
Added by Sarah Bodman on March 30, 2011 at 3:36 — No Comments
BABE - Bristol Artists Book Event 2011
Arnolfini and the Centre for Fine Print Research present BABE 2011 at Arnolfini
Sat 30 Apr, 11am - 6pm and Sun 1 May, 11am - 5pm. Free.
Bristol Artists Book Event (BABE) is back and bigger than ever for 2011. Spread over three floors, more than 80 artist bookmakers, dealers and small presses from Bristol and around the world will come together at Arnolfini to show and sell their work. BABE…Continue
Added by Sarah Bodman on March 30, 2011 at 3:31 — No Comments
Follow-ed (after hokusai), curated by Michalis Pichler and Tom Sowden, is on show concurrently in Bristol
and Ljubljana. Featuring conceptual artworks, which for the most part use photography, the book form, and are somewhat ruschaish.
Follow-ed (after hokusai) 15th March - 1st May 2011
Arnolfini Reading Room, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Previous re-makes of Ed Ruscha bookworks are displayed in the set of the new cover version of Crackers. Sit or…
Added by Tom Sowden on March 30, 2011 at 1:01 — No Comments
Cover-ed is a series of curatorial and creative interventions into and around Ed Ruscha and Mason Williams’ bookwork
Crackers. Over two months the book becomes the script, score, instruction, and inspiration for a three-day performance
of photography, a participatory performance event, an installation, and a new artist’s book.
SALAD DRESSING: A COVER OF CRACKERS, BOOK LAUNCH & PERFORMANCE
Sat 30 April 6pm
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Someone posted this link on our Australian artbooks email list - it looks great but I have no idea what it says...
It's ironic that as the world becomes increasingly digital, as books move toward the e-publishing sphere, the art of handmade books has made a resurgence. I think people today are longing for craft and beauty, for something they can touch and hold, that comes from the hands and heart of another person; something that seems a good distance away from a machine.…Continue
Added by Catherine Kirkpatrick on March 25, 2011 at 1:40 — No Comments
Norah Nanake interviewd me about my artist book, 'Barcode Book 1' part of my barcode series of works.Read about it in the arts review Fogged Clarity here.
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Added by Minnesota Center for Book Arts on March 22, 2011 at 5:33 — No Comments
Found a cool idea: using lego for letterpress!
Added by judy bourke on March 10, 2011 at 17:28 — No Comments
The March - April 2011 Book Arts Newsletter, No. 64 is now ready for free download at: …Continue
Added by Robert Heather on March 10, 2011 at 8:39 — No Comments
I predominately make one-off unique books. When they are bought, they sit on shelves gathering dust, very seldom seeing the light of day. So now, once they are made, I cut them up and send them out as mail art into the world. A process based art practice. The World is a Town, inspired by the Novgorod Codex was the first recycled hand made book to suffer this fate. The second book to undergo the knife is Bones of Contention. This work originally took nine months to complete. In one…Continue