When: April 14, 2018, 10:00 am
20 Bell St New Plymouth , New Zealand (map)
The idea of what a book is, has been radically revised in recent times. No longer solely a mass produced item, limited edition self-expression zines are made by individuals and small groups, and there are personalised one-off artist books. The notion of â€˜bookâ€™ will be deconstructed into cover and back, binding and pages. Participants will then make their own creative decisions and direct the content of the zine or artist book, and make the publication.
Participants are to bring lunch and any images they may wish to use. Register now! 06-759 6060
Ian M Clothier is an artist, curator, Research Director at Intercreate Research Centre, a part time Senior Academic at Western Institute of Technology Aotearoa New Zealand, founding Director of Water, Peace, Power, and co-founding Director of SCANZ. His career extends to 96 public exhibitions in 14 countries, along with 24 publication credits and a number of artist books.
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