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Re: [BKARTS] Books 07 Noosa Regional Gallery

Hi Linda,
You mean the prices listed on the web site are wholesale?

On 8/13/07 6:27 PM, "Robert Heather" <RHeather@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> BOOKS.07 Works of Imagination
> The Search for the Impossible
> 24 August ­ 30 September
> Opening: Friday 31 August
> Noosa Regional Gallery
> With a variety of original perspectives, disciplines and techniques, this
> is a collection of unique and rare editions, of new media and elaborate
> installations, of solitary industry and collaborative efforts, of new
> books exploring the past and old books altered to show something new.
> Generously supported by Mary Ryan¹s and Noosa News
> 1-2 September
> A two-day symposium where artists, researchers, students, curators and
> arts industry professionals explore the theory and practice of the
> artists¹ book.
> Interaction Day One: Artists¹ Talks
> Saturday 1 September
> Milan Milojevic (TAS)
> Artists¹ Talk
> Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison (VIC)
> If we stand very still no one will notice
> Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
> The Artists¹ Book and the Search for the Impossible
> Carolyn Fraser (VIC)
> The Extinguishing of Stars: Process & Production
> Anna Poletti (VIC)
> Things to make and do with a photocopier: introducing zines (followed by a
> discussion with Garcia Haby and Louise Jennison)
> Interaction Day Two: Artists¹ Talks + Panel Discussions
> Sunday 2 September
> Panel Discussion ­ Education and the Artists¹ Book
> Panel: Anne-Maree Hunter (NSW) and 1st Edition Artists
> Chair: Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
> Presentation ­ Artists¹ Book Opportunities
> Sarah Bodman ­ Exploring Arcadia
> Panel Discussion ­ Artists¹ Books & Professional Practice
> Panel: Milan Milojevic (TAS), Carolyn Fraser (VIC), Anne-Maree Hunter
> (NSW)
> Chair: Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
> Saturday 1 September
> Milan Milojevic (TAS)
> Milojevic¹s recent work has been described as hybrid. Using the oldest and
> the newest print technologies in tandem, he creates images of strange
> birds and impossible beasts, using books such as Jorges Lois Borges¹ The
> Book of Imaginary Beings and Konrad Gestner's Historia Animalium as
> resources and reference points. Like the artist¹s book, these animals are
> anomalies. Milojevic uses these unlikely creatures to refer to cultural
> displacement and the hybrid nature of the migrant condition. Milojevic
> will discuss the use of books in his work, as well as his use of the
> medium of the artist¹s book.
> Milan Milojevic is a member of DARF (Digital Art Research Facility) and
> Head of Printmaking at the Tasmanian School of Art. He has exhibited
> nationally and internationally, with regular solo and group exhibitions
> throughout Australia, USA, UK, Europe and Asia, and has also undertaken
> several international residencies in Scotland. His work is held in major
> public and private collections in Australia and Europe, including National
> Gallery of Australia, Art Bank, Art Gallery of NSW, Queensland Art
> Gallery, Art Gallery of South Australia, Parliament House, Canberra,
> Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Montrose Academy, Scotland, and the
> Bureau of Artistic Exhibitions, Poland.
> If we stand very still no one will notice
> Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison (VIC)
> This artists¹ talk will focus on the artists¹ books they have made to date
> and the nature of collaborating. Examples of their most recent books, The
> Case of the Lost Aviary, By the Pricking of My Claws, The Dubious Clue,
> and Trouble at Sea will be shown, as well as several of their more recent
> zines.
> Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison work together as a collaborative duo on
> various joint ventures, and have been doing so since 1999. Using paper as
> their primary medium to create an ongoing series of limited edition
> artists' books, several lithographic offset prints, and even sculptural
> objects folded, cut and molded into shape, as well as a host of zines
> created on the photocopy machine.
> The Artists¹ Book and the Search for the Impossible
> Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
> Artists¹ books are often accused of being impossible objects. They make
> definition difficult and classification troublesome. Yet it is in this
> hybridity that their great potential exists. This talk will discuss the
> book as a metaphysical or mythical object, exploring ideas such as the
> ?book of the world¹ and ?the total library,¹ and how such concepts have
> informed artists¹ books.
> Deidre Brollo completed a PhD at Sydney College of the Arts in 2006,
> composed of a thesis entitled Memory, Perception & the Art of Seeing
> Double, and an exhibition, the return room, an installation of artists¹
> books. She has exhibited in solo and group shows in Australia, Ireland,
> Scotland, Germany and France and her work is represented in the
> collections of the State Library of Queensland, and Southern Cross
> University. She is currently Visiting Artist at National Art School,
> Sydney.
> The Extinguishing of Stars: Process & Production
> Carolyn Fraser (VIC)
> Carolyn Fraser¹s most recent book, The Extinguishing of Stars, was made in
> collaboration with Cleveland artist Holly Morrison. It features fourteen
> hand-pulled photogravures, a technically demanding intaglio process that
> produces photographic images unmatched in their beauty and subtlety. The
> typography complements the images: letterpress imparts a sculptural,
> luminescent quality to the page. With a detailed slide presentation,
> Carolyn will discuss the production of this book and the techniques
> involved. 
> Carolyn Fraser is a writer and printer. Her imprint, Idlewild Press,
> specialises in limited-edition artists¹ books and custom-designed
> ephemera. Her books are included in national and international collections
> including the New York Public Library, Yale University and the Library of
> Congress. She has taught letterpress and artist book production at the San
> Francisco Center for the Book, Cleveland Institute of Art and the
> Victorian Writers' Centre.
> Things to make and do with a photocopier: introducing zines
> Anna Poletti (VIC)
> (followed by a discussion with Garcia Haby and Louise Jennison) This talk
> will serve as an introduction to zine culture, including examples of
> different kinds of zines and a discussion of the different uses of zines
> in the twentieth century. A variety of approaches to the uses, production
> and distribution of zines will be looked at, as well as the kinds of
> political, artistic and personal expression found in zine culture in
> Australia and internationally.
> Anna Poletti completed a PhD at The University of Newcastle in 2006,
> researching autobiographical writing in Australian zine culture, with a
> focus on the materiality of the zine form, and the production of
> reading/writing communities in diy (do it yourself) culture. She has been
> involved with a number of art and writing projects including the This Is
> Not Art group of festivals held in Newcastle, Sticky zine store in
> Melbourne, and has conducted zine workshops in NSW and Victoria. She
> currently lectures in Communications and Writing at Monash University and
> has been making zines since 2002.
> Sunday 2 September
> Panel Discussion ­ Education and the Artist's Book
> Panel: Anne-Maree Hunter and 1st Edition Artists
> Chair: Deirdre Brollo
> Presentation ­ Artists¹ Book Opportunities
> Anne-Maree Hunter and artists from the 1st Edition program
> An overview of worldwide opportunities for artist¹s book-makers, from
> galleries, specialist bookstores, exhibitions, and fairs, to journals,
> workshops and conferences.
> Sarah Bodman ­ Exploring Arcadia
> The exhibition Arcadia id est explores how artists have responded to the
> natural world using the book form, and consists of over one hundred
> artists¹ books. Sarah Bodman¹s DVD presentation will give an insight into
> the exhibition, which will be showing concurrently as part of BOOKS.07
> Panel Discussion ­ Artists¹ Books & Professional Practice
> Panel: Milan Milojevic, Carolyn Fraser, Anne-Maree Hunter
> Chair: Deirdre Brollo
> Workshops 
> Monday 3 September ­ Tuesday 4 September
> Choose a two-day workshop to learn about making your own artist book:
> 1. Introduction to Letterpress
> Tutor: Carolyn Fraser (VIC)
> Workshop: $250
> Letterpress printing is the impression of metal types into paper, a
> technique that produces beautifully luminous fine printing.
> 2. Collaborative lino-cut printing and concertina book-making
> Tutor: Belinda Fox (VIC)
> Workshop: $220
> This very ?hands on¹ workshop combines collaboration, specialised
> editioning printmaking techniques and bookmaking all in one!
>    3. Square knot journals and binding concepts for small-scale artists¹
> books
> Tutors: Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison (VIC)
> Workshop: $220
> The square knot journal being taught in this workshop is one that is bound
> with an exposed spine held together by a series of small square knots over
> and through brass wire and rods. The journal is designed to sit completely
> flat when open due to the flexible nature of the spine.
> 4. Nature, Utopia & Impossibility
> Tutor: Julia Silvester (VIC)
> Workshop: $220
> Make three books including a completed artists¹ book exploring the themes
> of nature, utopia and impossibility. The 3 books are (1) album
> construction, (2) folio construction and (3) concertina book with hard
> covers.
> Interaction Registration
> Early Bird Registration (before 13 July) $150
> Standard Registration $180
> More information:
> http://www.noosaregionalgallery.org/books07/interaction.html
>  Interaction Dinner
> Saturday 1 September 6.30pm for 7pm
> $45.00 (including wine)
> Noosa Regional Gallery
> Pelican Street (riverside and behind the Noosa Council)
> Tewantin Qld 4565
> Postal
> PO Box 141
> Tewantin QLD 4565
> Phone
> 61 +7 5449 5340
> Fax
> 61 +7 5449 0905
> Email
> gallery@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Website
>   www.noosaregionalgallery.org
> Open Hours
> Gallery hours: Tues-Sun 10am-4pm
> Closed Public Holidays, Christmas Eve to first working day after New Years
> Eve.
> The Gallery is also closed when exhibition changeovers take place.
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