Archive for Research Projects

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CODE X: Paper Pixel and Beyond @ the Whitechapel Gallery

A talk and panel discussion organised in partnership with the Whitechapel Gallery for the LONDON ART BOOK FAIR Saturday 27 September, 2pm – 3.30pm Artist, media critic and editor in chief of Neural magazine, Alessandro Ludovico is joined by Emmanuelle Waeckerle,  Delphine Bedel and Colin Sackett to discuss the shifting nature of the book as a medium, and consider what it could be(come) in today’s complex information [read more]

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Filed in Conferences, Events, Research Projects

Posted on September 18, 2014 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 Waeckerlé and Richard Sawdon-Smith, designed by studio mothership and Ken Borg with an introductory essay by E.Waeckerlé and an exclusive illustrated interview with Joan Fontcuberta. It [read more]

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Filed in Projects from the Press, Research Projects

Posted on November 8, 2013 by

A Paraphrase on a Grecian Urn - 2013 -

Floating Wor(l)ds

a project by current artist in residence Richard Nash The intention for this project could be categorised in a number of ways: a writing project, an experiment in typographic word play, and an exploration of ‘bookness’ with potential for foregrounding the materiality of words. Through the relationship between narrative and the form of book, the [read more]

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Filed in Research Projects

Posted on November 8, 2013 by

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‘WORKING PRESS: books by and about working class artists’ 1986 – 1996

WORKING PRESS: books by and about working class artists’ 1986 – 1996’ was an unfunded self-publication imprint that was started in 1985 by Doctor Stefan Szczelkun (an artist and retired academic from Westminster University) and Graham Harwood, Graphic Designer: ‘Artists were invited to make a book and to get it printed to include a Working Press ISBN [read more]

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Filed in Research Projects

Posted on November 8, 2013 by