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Title(s):

Correlations between independent publishing & artists book practice.

Additional Title(s):

Correlations between independent publishing and artists book practice

Published/Created:
[Brisbane] : Dc3p bookfoundry : Griffith University, Queensland College of Art, [2018]
Physical Description:
3 volumes : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
N7433.3 .C67 2018
Yale Center for British Art, Gift of Sarah Bodman
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
"The evident flurry of art book fairs across the globe that pull together diverse creative book practices raises the following question. To what degree does independent publishing's engagement with the field of artists' books shape creative practice within the field, and inform the emerging critical discourse on it? This project, shaped by that question, advances critical discourse in the field both through collecting and writing by the collaborators; Sarah Bodman, Marian Crawford, and Tim Mosely. Supported by the Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research, it has generated a small collection of 30 books that identifies intersections between independent publishing and artist's book practices, and places both within the framework of print culture. Initially shown in the ' ... & So' exhibition as part of 'abbe 2017' at Griffith University's Queensland College of Art Library, the collection's first showing was on a round table, a strategy intended to undermine any implied or interpreted hierarchies within the collection."--http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/correlations/, accessed January 17, 2020.
Subject Terms:
Art publishing.
Artists' books -- Criticism and interpretation.
Artists' books -- Publishing.
Publishers and publishing -- Essays.
Form/Genre:
Spiral bindings.
Contributors:
Bodman, Sarah, author.
Crawford, Marian (Artist), author.
Mosely, Tim, 1961- author.
Dc3p bookfoundry, publisher.
Queensland College of Art, sponsoring body.
Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research, sponsoring body.
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  • v. 1 Essay: Tim Mosely
  • Stephen Fowler, Cosmic Forces
  • Georgia Maitland, limbo
  • Louis Lim, An Opened Letter
  • Marian Crawford, Picturing the Island
  • Ana Paula Estrada de Isolbi, Memorandum
  • Sarah Bodman, GM Future
  • Dominic Ford, Ramps, Pools, Ponds and Pipes
  • Christopher Day, New Reading Order
  • Thomas Raat, An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth and More ...
  • The Codex Foundation, USUS; typography, and artists' books
  • v. 2. Essay: Sarah Bodman
  • Nuala Gregory, Exploded View
  • Catherine de Zegher, the (hemi)cycle of leaves and paper
  • Erin Coates, Kinesphere
  • Jan Novak, DUST gamebook
  • indigenous action media, Accomplices not allies
  • Mark Wingrave, A journey from one reality to another
  • Bruno Munari, Seeking comfort in an uncomfortable chair
  • Brad Freeman, AK Milroy & Tim Mosely, Trumped up empathy
  • Adolfo Aranjuez & Nina Read, Fragmented (# two)
  • Michael Phillips, The Democracy of Disease
  • v. 3. Essay: Marian Crawford
  • Sarah Nicholls, Wipe the Slate
  • Rose Nolan, ENOUGH
  • Bruno Munari, Libro illeggibile
  • Leonard McDermid, Twelve Sea Pictures
  • Elizabeth Newman, Whereof one cannot speak ...
  • Bartolomeo Celestino, Surface Phenomena (120416-150608)
  • Katherine Moline & Peter Hall, Experimental Thinking / Design Practices
  • Uta Schneider & Ulrike Stoltz, mindmap
  • Lyn Ashby, Wall to Wall
  • Angela Gardner & Caren Florance, The future, un-imagine.

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