Apotheosis – Poems and Manifestos for a New Paradigm

ApotheosisPoems and Manifestos for a New Paradigm, was produced for the Royal College of Art’s Design project: ‘Athenaeum – The Library Reimagined‘ with Calibrate and Angel Skies live-streamed in the RCA Research Biennale 2021 event. Each student was required to produce a personal project as well as contribute to a collaborative publication culminating in a live event. The limited edition print run for Apotheosis of 100 copies is now complete and is no longer available. It was a valuable learning experience with regards to book publishing and production and I would like to extend my grateful thanks to everyone who bought a copy.

PAGES New Voices: A Gathering of Artists’ Books Tour

Unknown-1In February my Artist’s Book: ‘Sequence’ was acquired at the 22nd Annual International Contemporary Artists Book Fair held at the Tetley in Leeds and is part of the PAGES New Voices collection of Artists’ Books, which has started a short tour of three Yorkshire venues at the Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance (Below).

PAGES is coordinated by artists and researchers John McDowall and Chris Taylor. Founded in 1998 and operating around the hub of an annual Artists’ Book Fair, the initiative has provided numerous and wide-ranging opportunities for the development and awareness of the book as primary medium in art practice. Manifestations such as exhibitions, workshops, open calls and curated projects have facilitated experimentation, dissemination and engagement for audience and makers. In 2019 in association with the Fair’s host venue, TheTetley, and with the support of Arts Council England, PAGES has under taken a series of major new projects.

Tetley Collection of Book Artists

ROAR, Rotherham:
Talk on Wednesday 13 March at 6.30.
The books will be on display until Thursday 21 March.

Doncaster Art Gallery & Museum:
Talk on Saturday March 23 at 11.00.
The books will be on display until Friday 29 March.

The Cooper Gallery, Barnsley:
Talk on Saturday 30 March at 11.00.
The books will be on display until Saturday 6 April