105 x 297mm / Risograph + digital inserts / 3 hole pamphlet stitch / 44 printed pages
Price: £6 (+ P&P £2.50)
Exploring forms, processes, structures and concerns within contemporary art writing and publishing, Papers, Fictions, Scripts & Circles is a publication of artist and writers notes, in response to a series of themed discussions. The project was produced as part of print it: COPY in residence at Site Gallery, 10th August – 8th September 2012.
Featuring work from seventeen invited speakers, Papers, Fictions, Scripts & Circles acts as an errant guide or index.
Papers draws upon the history and significance of self-publishing, its implications today and the use of publication as medium or curated space. Including work from Simon Cutts and Erica Van Horn (Coracle), Lynn Harris (AND publishing), David Osbaldeston and RGAP.
Fictions explores the use and slipperiness of fiction and narrative in art and performance practices and their relation to experimental literature. With Jamie Crewe, Jennifer Hodgson, Tamarin Norwood and Alun Rowlands.
Circles discusses the significance of spaces for sharing, storing, reading and activating printed work and the shifting roles of fairs, project spaces and networks in publishing practices. With contributions from Emma Cocker, Kit Hammonds, Simon Lewandowski and Francis Mckee.
The publication also includes A5 reproductions of prints comissioned alongside the residency as shown below.
Further information about the project includiug audio recordings of the discussion can be found here.
Papers, Fictions, Scripts and Circles
£6 + £2.50 postage and packaging.
The Papers, Fictions, Scripts & Circles publication was launced Site Gallery, Sheffield where it was bound live at the print it: COPY in residence closing event and publication launch on 6th September 2012.
Ami Clarke, Error Correction: an introduction to future diagrams, 2012.
Louisa Martin, Untitled, 2012.
Daniel Fogarty, Flac, 2012.
Fay Nicolson and Oliver Smith, Catalogue McRaisonne, 2012.
A2 prints are silk-screen printed in editions of 40 by APG Works.
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