Wood, Philippa and Butler, Angie (2012) Open house. No 42 [artists' book]. [Artefact]
Full text URL: http://www.the-case.co.uk/OpenHouse.html
‘Open House’ is the result of collaboration with multi-disciplinary artist Angie Butler of the Pet Galerie Press. This two-volume set of artists’ books – No.18 and No.42, was created especially for the ‘Sense of Place’ exhibition, curated by Karen Kinoshita at the University of Minnesota.
The places where we live are intrinsically linked with revealing who we are; together we decided to carry out some domestic archaeology, by giving each other an on line tour of our homes, to unearth a variety of narratives and hopefully, a wealth of new information.
The books are accompanied by an on-going blog:
|Additional Information:||This artefact has been purchased by The University of West England for their special collection at the Bristol Bower Ashton Library and by Winchester School of Art for their artists' book collection. The artefact will form part of the 'Sense of Place' exhibition at the University of Minnesota, USA. This artefact will form part of 'Booker's Dozen' an exhibition of artists' books which will tour the USA throughout 2013-2014. This artefact will form part of the 'Press and Release' - an exhibition of artists' books at the Phoenix Gallery, Brighton. 27 April-9 June 2013. This artefact was the subject of an article written by Sarah Bodman for Printmaking Today. Vol21. No 4 Winter 2012. p13. ISSN 0960-9253 This artefact will form part of an exhibition curated by Josie Reed entitled ‘To have and to hold’ (an exhibition of 50 beautiful books) at the Flow Gallery in Notting Hill, London from 6-7 September 2013. Open House will be represented by Reed Contemporary Books at the London Art Book Fair – Whitechapel Gallery – from 13-15 September 2013.|
|Keywords:||Artists' Book, Collaborative working, Exhibition, letterpress print|
|Subjects:||W Creative Arts and Design > W213 Visual Communication|
W Creative Arts and Design > W781 Bookbinding
W Creative Arts and Design > W140 Printmaking
|Divisions:||College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design|
|Deposited By:||Philippa Wood|
|Deposited On:||14 Sep 2012 07:28|
|Last Modified:||05 Dec 2013 10:02|
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