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[BKARTS] FW: Regional Arts Fund supports 3rd Australian Artists' Books Forum



> The Australian Government has announced that it will provide funding
> towards the costs of bringing international speakers and artists to
> participate in the 3rd Australian Artists' Books Forum being held at
> Artspace Mackay on 25th and 26th February 2006.
> 
> The 3rd Australian Artists Books Forum is an Artspace Mackay project
> celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Print Council of Australia and
> Imprint magazine.
> 
> The funds will assist the international presenters from the United
> States of America, the United Kingdom, South Korea and Germany to take
> part as speakers, present papers and masterclasses and to then take
> part in artistic residencies at the Australian National University,
> Canberra; James Cook University, Townsville; Southern Cross
> University, Lismore and the Studio West End, Brisbane. 
> 
> The international speakers will join a range of Australian artists,
> curators, librarians, collectors and writers in the two day
> conference, 4 masterclasses and 2 advanced workshops. Over 150
> delegates are expected to take part in the 2006 conference. 
> 
> The project is made possible by the Australian government's regional
> arts program, the Regional Arts Fund, which gives artists and
> communities throughout regional, rural, and remote Australia better
> access to opportunities to practice and experience the arts. 
> 
> Registration details will be announced shortly by Artspace Mackay and
> will be published on the website www.artspacemackay.com.au 
> 
> The international artists and presenters who will take part in the
> Forum will be:
> 
> Narae Kim
> Organiser 1st Seoul International Artists' Books Fair
> South Korea
> www.kba21.com
> 
> My ten years of work comprises my research and exploration into the
> numerous possibilities and directions of book arts. In book arts,
> unlike the procedure of common mass-produced books, a book artist
> controls every step in the production of their books. Sometimes with
> accidentally obtained images, a book artist finds a narrative in the
> images and connection with the story and can link the images with the
> story in the book. My work is deeply influenced by the work of Susan
> Johanknechdt, Keith smith and Helen Douglas. 
> Narae Kim, artist statement
> 
> Narae Kim was also the organiser of the 1st Seoul International
> Artists' Book Fair and has also been involved in organising Book Arts
> exhibitions at the Hyundai National Museum, Insa Art Gallery and
> Artinus Galleries in Korea as well as in the United Kingdom, Germany
> and Japan.
> 
> She is the founder and Director of Bookpress publishing in Seoul and
> is a lecturer at Myong-Ji University (1998- present) and the Seoul
> Arts Centre Design Academy (2003-present). Previously she has lectured
> at the Samsung Art & Design Institute( 2003-2004); the Kaywon School
> of Art & Design (2002); Konkuk University (2001); the University of
> Seoul (2001); the Korean National University of Arts (2000-2001) and
> Chungwoon University (1999-2001). 
> 
> She was educated at Sejong University and has completed an M.A. in
> Book Arts at the Camberwell College of Arts, University of Arts
> London. 
> 
> Her artworks are included in a number of public collections including
> the Tate Gallery, London UK; Camberwell College of Arts Library,
> London UK; Oxford University Library; Chicago Art Institute, USA; Book
> and Paper Centre, Chicago USA and Columbia University Collection, USA.
> 
> Marshal Weber
> Artist & Directing Curator
> Booklyn Artists' Alliance, USA
> www.booklyn.org
> 
> Marshall Weber is a interdisciplinary artist best know for his
> innovative artists' books, public endurance-performance/installation
> works and social sculpture works which manifest themselves in his
> curating of thematically structured and theoretically informed
> interdisciplinary exhibitions and his organizing of artist run
> corporations and projects
> 
> Marshal is one of the co-founders of the Booklyn Artists' Alliance, a
> non-profit artist run organization with distribution, education,
> exhibition and publishing programs. Booklyn's goal is to construct an
> international distribution and exhibition network run by and for
> artists that will provide a non-commercial and progressive alternative
> to the private art system that now controls art and artists' books
> distribution and exhibition. This system would tie cultural
> distribution to educational rather than commercial practices and
> goals.
> 
> His art and curatorial work often explores issues of ecology, ethics,
> linguistics, peace activism, social justice, and theology. His artwork
> is collected and exhibited internationally and is in the collections
> of the Bibliotheque Nacional de Luxembourg, the Library of Congress,
> MoMA, NY, MOMA, S.F., the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Smithsonian
> Institute Museum of American Art and many others. His "Eleven" book
> was recently on exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Corcoran
> Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. and at Museums of Art and Design in
> Frankfurt, Germany and New York City. Weber was a recent
> Interdisciplinary Arts Fellow of both the New York Foundation for the
> Arts and the Intermedia Arts/McKnight Foundation. 
> 
> Sarah Bodman
> Impact Press & Centre for Fine Print Research
> Bristol School of Art, Media and Design, UK
> www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk
> 
> Sarah Bodman is Research Fellow for Artists' Books at the Centre for
> Fine Print Research. She has worked on many print research projects
> including Books by Artists, a survey of British Artists' Books. Sarah
> has also curated an exchange exhibition of artists' books between 20
> artists in Bristol and New York - A Tale of Two Cities (2001) and the
> artists' book element of If Pressed at Sherborne House in Dorset
> (2002). In April 2002 Sarah curated a web-based book art project The
> History Book that Never Was, which included the work of 27 artists as
> part of a book conference in Boston, USA.
> 
> Sarah recently curated an exhibition of 112 artists' books that
> incorporate nature, and the landscape 'Arcadia id est' which was
> launched at TRACE Gallery in March 2005 before touring to Europe,
> Australia and the USA until 2007. The exhibition was launched with a
> one day symposium at UWE. Her recent projects also include an AHRB
> funded survey of Marketing and Creating Artists' Books
> <http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/survey.htm> , which is due for
> completion in 2005. Sarah is also editor of the 'Artist's Book
> Yearbook' <http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/yearbook.htm>  a bi-annual
> publication on contemporary book arts, the next issue will be
> published in September 2005 Sarah has also recently written Creating
> Artists' Books for A&C Black on contemporary artist's book production,
> which will be published in April 2005.
> 
> Sarah's own artists' books include Time Itself
> <http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/jenndata.htm>  a limited edition
> artist's book made after a residency at the Jenner Museum, Berkeley,
> Gloucestershire, in September 2002 and The Marsh Test made during a
> four- week residency at the Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New
> York in Dec 2002. Sarah's own artists' books are included in many
> international collections such as Tate Britain, the British Library
> and the V & A Museum, London; Yale Centre for British Art and MOMA,
> USA; Museum van het Boek, The Hague: Joan Flasch Artists' Book
> Collection; Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York The Art Institute of
> Chicago, USA and Artspace Mackay, Australia.
> 
> Keith Smith
> Keith Smith Books
> Rochester, New York, USA
> www.keithsmithbooks.com
> 
> Keith Smith is a leading American book artist who has worked in the
> USA, Canada, Brazil Australia and New Zealand. He has published
> extensively on the subject of bookbinding and book structure who has
> also created over 200 artists' books since 1977 that are held in
> collections including the Art Institute of Chicago; the Fogg Museum,
> Harvard; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Victoria and Albert
> Museum, London and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as well as
> libraries such as the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; the Library of
> Congress, Washington; the New York Public Library Rare Books
> Department and the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and
> Visual Poetry, Miami Beach. 
> 
> He has exhibited his work at a number of institutions including the
> Art Institute of Chicago, the Visual Studies Workshop, the Museum of
> Modern Art, Minnesota Center for Book Arts and RMIT, Melbourne. 
> 
> Odine Lang
> Lecturer in Artists' Books,
> University of Arts
> Braunschweig, Germany
> 
> One of Germany's leading practitioners in artists ' books, Odine Lang
> describes her work as "inspired by nature." Her 3 dimensional works
> utilise lenseless photography, printmaking techniques and reduce the
> bookform to simple elements. She works collaboratively with artists,
> staff and students to develop works that explore variations on the
> book. 
> 
> Odine lectures in artists' books at the Braunschweig University of
> Arts within the Department of Design, Fine Arts and Art Theory at one
> of the largest academic printing workshops in Germany. The Brunswick
> University of the Arts has been producing artists' books for almost 40
> years ranging from illustrated texts printed with letterpress through
> to experimental books. 
> 
> Odine has exhibited extensively throughout Europe including Germany,
> Lithuania, Finland and South Korea and her work is held in a number of
> public collections. 
> 
> 
> Scott McCarney
> Lecturer, Books and Bookbinding
> Rochester Institute of Technology
> New York, USA
> 
> Scott McCarney works collaboratively with Keith Smith to develop
> contemporary interpretations of books and the bookforms. He has
> exhibited extensively throughout the USA including at the Arts of the
> Book Collection, Yale University; Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta;
> PABA Gallery, New Haven and internationally in Sao Paulo; Budapest;
> Melbourne and Toronto. His works are held in a number of collections
> including Cambridge University Library, American University; Visual
> Studies Workshop; State Library of Queensland; Library of Congress;
> Princeton University Graphic Arts Collection; Victoria and Albert
> Museum; Yale University Arts of the Book Collection and various
> private collections. 
> 
> Scott has received residencies and grants including the Constance
> Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts; International Studio Residency in
> New York; National Endowment for the Arts Mid Atlantic Regional
> Fellowship for works on paper and a New York State Foundation for the
> Arts Fellowship.
> 
> 

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