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Projects from the Press

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On Innards

 On Innards represents Amanda Couch second book project with bookRoom, a logical follow up to the epic Reflection on digestion. On Innards is a multidisciplinary project developed by Amanda Couch, Andrew Hladky, and Mindy Lee, working in collaboration with bookwork artist, designer and ex bookRoom artist in residence Richard Nash. Together  they explore the changing conceptualisations of guts [read more]

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Filed in Projects from the Press

Posted on September 10, 2015 by

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Fear of Disappearance

‪ a limited edition photobook, a zine, and a book sculpture by Mariya Ustymenko, completed in April 2015 during an Arts Council funded residency with bookRoom under the guidance of Akina, London. Fear of Disappearance sets out to explore the notion of one’s connection to a particular space and its architectural landscape and represents a [read more]

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Filed in Projects from the Press

Posted on June 24, 2015 by

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The book is alive!

The Book is Alive! is a collaboration between the Centre for Media and Cultural Research (CMCR) at LSBU and bookRoom. The publication is published by RGAP, edited by Emmanuelle Waeckerle and Richard Sawdon Smith, designed by studio mothership and Ken Borg with an introductory essay by E.Waeckerle and an exclusive illustrated interview with Joan Fontcuberta. [read more]

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Filed in Projects from the Press, Research Projects

Posted on November 8, 2013 by

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Lea Valley Drift

Lea Valley Drift by Oliver Froome-Lewis and Chloe Street A book and two maps that realise investigative walks in the Lea Valley carried out by the authors during 2012 and 2013. The paired narratives of the book follow the tactile experiences and imaginings of their driftings, and the formal influences on their musings and speculations. [read more]

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Filed in Projects from the Press

Posted on November 8, 2013 by

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‘Borrowed from my bank’

‘Borrowed from my bank’ [2008-2010] by David Blackmore A series of drawings made using pens obtained free from banks.  Each of the drawings in this work utilises all the ink in a single ballpoint pen – some taken in-branch and others acquired by writing to banks requesting a complementary pen. The body of work was [read more]

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Filed in Projects from the Press

Posted on November 8, 2013 by