I haven't actually seen a copy of this yet but have been looking forwards to seeing it for ages. I have it on good authority (ie the author) that it is now available and there are some details about it here.
Books by artists
AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS BOOKS.
Canberra: National Gallery of Australia,… Continue
Field Report 2008: Journal of Field Study International
Field Study invites you to take part in its fourteenth report. Send 100 copies of a documentation of a performance, instruction, manifesto, journey work etc which you have conceived as a Field Study action and accordingly signed: 'Field Study Emanation by... + artist's name'
Copies have to be flat and landscape format. Size (A5) 21 cm x 14.8 cms. Please leave 2cms… Continue
Next year will mark 130 years since the Westland set sail on it's maiden voyage from Scotland to New Zealand. To mark this occasion, I will be working on a collaborative log book with New Zealand artist, Lynn Taylor. We have been e-mailing and posting stuff by snail mail for the past month, discussing ideas. The image is a sample layout of our visual log (the journey will be that of an artist!). The voyage lasted 80 days. Our log will cover the same… Continue
Added by Joanne B Kaar on December 10, 2008 at 18:30 —
The College Book Arts Association is holding its inaugural conference in January 2009 and I was wondering if anyone from this group is attending? If so would they be able to post something about the conference in their blog section so we could all find out what they think of the event and its proceedings?
2008 drawings, A5, pencil and ink, For Sale: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: Pg 31: Don't await for me/ That I don't know Esperanto/ And I'm a fright/ With my spores/ With the quotes of wind. And all the relating to the time/ That does not germinate/ That does not germinate. Pg 33: Who is the man that goes when remains?/ (feelings of a dove). Pg 35: Return me/ my memories/ and kiss/ my hand/ then/ you can die/ or to go to the…
It was great to finally get to Sydney last weekend to see 'Without Boundaries'. A bonus to be there last Saturday when some of the artists were talking about their books.
Monica Oppen spoke about the collaborative process between Peter Lyssiotis, Theo Strasser and herself during the making of the powerful and emotive book 'Eyewitness'.'Eyewitness' is about the world we live in now and the processes include photo transfers with guache and ink on paper and handwritten text. The binding is… Continue
Added by julie barratt on December 3, 2008 at 14:00 —
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There is less than one month left for the early registration price for THE HYBRID BOOK, INTERSECTION AND INTERMEDIA, an international conference and book art fair, taking place June 4-6, 2009, at The University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, USA.
Registration will continue, but to get the discounted early registration price, you must register by December 18, 2008.
there seems to be a few publishers of books about art and craft and a bookshop owner joining this artists book social network. I wonder if they are trying to get free advertising or is it that they just do not understand what an artists' book is?
There have been a couple of discussions about digital artists' books on this site - can anyone recommend any Victorian based digital artist book artists for a possible project? Otherwise some Australian based digital book artists?
The exhibition presents two connected bodies of material: a survey of artists’ books by Australian painter, sculptor and bookmaker Robert Jacks (1942-2014), and an extensive selection of publications drawn from Jacks’ own collection, many of which were purchased from Printed Matter in the early years of the organization.
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