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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 12 Aug 2007 to 13 Aug 2007 (#2007-103)



Twinrocker is most certainly still in business. Here is the link for the contact page of their website:
http://www.twinrocker.com/contact_us.html


On Aug 14, 2007, at 12:00 AM, BOOK_ARTS-L automatic digest system wrote:

There are 14 messages totalling 974 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Japan
  2. Monogram "M" "S" in Day's Work Series
  3. Twin Rockers online? (7)
  4. bookbinding in the Houston,Tx. area
  5. Sunday Times
  6. Address for Susan Share
  7. Books 07 Noosa Regional Gallery (2)

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 09:03:38 +0100
From:    Flick <flick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Japan

On 12 Aug 2007, at 1:02PM, Mina Takahashi wrote:

Best place for paper in Kyoto is Rakushikan which is in the Museum
of Kyoto at Sanjo-Takakura, open Tues-Sun, 10 to 7. It looks
touristy with its paper trinkets up front, but go deep in the
drawers and you'll find the good stuff.

Thank you!


Flick

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 08:49:14 -0400
From:    Valinda Carroll <Valinda.Carroll@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Monogram "M" "S" in Day's Work Series

Thanks for the lead. Apparently there was an exhibit of their book
illustrations at the Cincinatti Art Museum in 1903. I will try to see if
there was a catalog for that show.


Valinda

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Richard Minsky
Sent: Saturday, August 11, 2007 4:37 PM
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [BKARTS] Monogram "M" "S" in Day's Work Series

One small detail-- don't make a trip to NYC to see the Squire/Mars=20
show. It was in the year 2000.

RIchard

=20

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:39:35 -0400
From:    Rebecca Morton <rmorton4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Twin Rockers online?

Does anyone know if Twin Rockers Paper is still in business?  I can't
find any sort of ordering information or web presence for them, and
so am seriously scratching my head.  I'm looking specifically for
overbeaten cotton fibers, which they used to ship in 50 lb. tubs.  So
if you don't know about Twin Rockers, but know where I might find
overbeaten cotton fiber paper pulp in central Ohio, I'd appreciate
the tip.

Thanks!

Rebecca

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:50:23 -0400
From:    John Cutrone <jcutrone@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Twin Rockers online?

It may be your spelling, which should be Twinrocker Handmade Paper.
Try them by phone: 1 800 757 8946. We ordered paper for a Convivio
Bookworks project from them not long ago and they were very much
alive and well.


John Cutrone Programs Coordinator The Arthur & Mata Jaffe Center for Book Arts Florida Atlantic University Wimberly Library Boca Raton, Florida http://www.jaffecollection.org

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:45:12 -0400
From:    Robert Tauber <tauber.1@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Twin Rockers online?

Twinrocker:

http://www.dcwi.com/~twinrock/index.html

Robert Tauber
Book Arts Specialist
OSU Libraries' Logan Elm Press
610 Ackerman Road, Room 530
Columbus, OH 43202-4500
Phone: (614) 688-3973
Cell: (614) 330-0974
Fax: (614) 292-7859
E-Mail: tauber.1@xxxxxxx

http://library.osu.edu/sites/preservation/bookarts/index.php
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rebecca Morton" <rmorton4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, August 13, 2007 11:39 AM
Subject: [BKARTS] Twin Rockers online?


Does anyone know if Twin Rockers Paper is still in business?  I can't
find any sort of ordering information or web presence for them, and
so am seriously scratching my head.  I'm looking specifically for
overbeaten cotton fibers, which they used to ship in 50 lb. tubs.  So
if you don't know about Twin Rockers, but know where I might find
overbeaten cotton fiber paper pulp in central Ohio, I'd appreciate
the tip.

Thanks!

Rebecca

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         Now Online @ <http://www.philobiblon.com/bonefolder>

    Visit "The Book of Origins: A survey of American Fine Binding"
               Online exhibit and catalog order form at
      <http://library.syr.edu/digital/exhibits/b/bookoforigins/>

            For all your subscription questions, go to the
                     Book_Arts-L FAQ and Archive.
         See <http://www.philobiblon.com> for full information
            ***********************************************

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     Visit "The Book of Origins: A survey of American Fine Binding"
                Online exhibit and catalog order form at
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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 10:45:15 -0500
From:    Charles Jones <cjones@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: bookbinding in the Houston,Tx. area

Someone in the Houston, Tx area is looking for an instructor:

I am interested in learning how to custom book bind for personal
use.  I live in Houston, could you recommend an instructor or class
in the Houston area.  Do you teach on weekends for those seeking a
hobby?

best wishes,

Charles

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:48:26 -0400
From:    Don Rash <studior@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Twin Rockers online?

The Twinrocker website:

http://www.dcwi.com/~twinrock/

Don Rash

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:47:43 -0400
From:    Paula Chavez-Talley <PChavez-Tal@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Twin Rockers online?

http://www.twinrocker.com/=20


--------------------------------------- Paula Chavez-Talley Web Editor NEA Interactive Media pchavez-tal@xxxxxxx

-----Original Message-----
From: Book_Arts-L [mailto:BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Rebecca Morton
Sent: Monday, August 13, 2007 11:40 AM
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [BKARTS] Twin Rockers online?

Does anyone know if Twin Rockers Paper is still in business? I can't
find any sort of ordering information or web presence for them, and so
am seriously scratching my head. I'm looking specifically for
overbeaten cotton fibers, which they used to ship in 50 lb. tubs. So if
you don't know about Twin Rockers, but know where I might find
overbeaten cotton fiber paper pulp in central Ohio, I'd appreciate the
tip.


Thanks!

Rebecca

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:56:32 -0400
From:    Jeffrey Barr <jeffreybarr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Twin Rockers online?

It's http://www.twinrocker.com/ as listed in the membership directory of
the Friends of Dard Hunter.


Jeffrey Barr
102 Edgewood Ave., #2
New Haven, CT 06511-4520

(203) 789-8681
jeffreybarr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Rebecca Morton wrote:
Does anyone know if Twin Rockers Paper is still in business? I can't
find any sort of ordering information or web presence for them, and so
am seriously scratching my head. I'm looking specifically for
overbeaten cotton fibers, which they used to ship in 50 lb. tubs. So if
you don't know about Twin Rockers, but know where I might find
overbeaten cotton fiber paper pulp in central Ohio, I'd appreciate the tip.


Thanks!

Rebecca

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The Bonefolder, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 2007
Now Online @ <http://www.philobiblon.com/bonefolder>
Visit "The Book of Origins: A
survey of American Fine Binding"
Online exhibit and catalog order form at
<http://library.syr.edu/digital/exhibits/b/bookoforigins/>
For all your subscription
questions, go to the
Book_Arts-L FAQ and Archive.
See <http://www.philobiblon.com> for full information
***********************************************



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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 12:27:48 -0400
From:    Peter Verheyen <verheyen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Twin Rockers online?

<http://www.dcwi.com/%7Etwinrock/index.html>

Link from the Papermaking page at the Book Arts Web, <http://www.philobiblon.com>

p.
_____________________________________

Peter D. Verheyen
Bookbinder & Conservator, PA - AIC
<verheyen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
The Book Arts Web & Book_Arts-L Listserv
<http://www.philobiblon.com>

The following message was sent by Rebecca Morton <rmorton4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:39:35 -0400.

Does anyone know if Twin Rockers Paper is still in business? I can't

find any sort of ordering information or web presence for them, and
so am seriously scratching my head.

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 12:47:56 -0500
From:    "J. J. Foncannon" <bolu.bolu@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Sunday Times

For all you fontologists, there is a great article in last Sunday's New
York Times magazine on the font Clearview, which is due to replace the
lettering on all highway signs in the United States. The font has an
amazing legibility, and was designed with that end in view. The article
has a lot about the history of fonts and font design that bookmakers
will find of interest.
Jet
-- I am an old man and have known many troubles, but most of them never happened.
---- Mark Twain


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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 10:32:34 -0700
From:    Kitty Maryatt <twohands.press@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Address for Susan Share

Dear Friends,
Do you have an address and email address and/or phone number for
Susan Share? I have not been able to contact her using my
information. Thanks for your help.
Warmly,
Kitty Maryatt

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Date:    Tue, 14 Aug 2007 09:27:58 +1000
From:    Robert Heather <RHeather@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Books 07 Noosa Regional Gallery

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Date:    Mon, 13 Aug 2007 19:34:52 -0500
From:    Katherine Malkasian <kathy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Books 07 Noosa Regional Gallery

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


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


BOOKS.07 Works of Imagination
The Search for the Impossible
24 August =AD 30 September
Opening: Friday 31 August
Noosa Regional Gallery
=20
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 Ryan=B9s and Noosa News
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1-2 September
A two-day symposium where artists, researchers, students, curators and
arts industry professionals explore the theory and practice of the
artists=B9 book.
Interaction Day One: Artists=B9 Talks
Saturday 1 September
Milan Milojevic (TAS)
Artists=B9 Talk
Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison (VIC)
If we stand very still no one will notice
Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
The Artists=B9 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)
=20
Interaction Day Two: Artists=B9 Talks + Panel Discussions
Sunday 2 September
Panel Discussion =AD Education and the Artists=B9 Book
Panel: Anne-Maree Hunter (NSW) and 1st Edition Artists
Chair: Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
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Presentation =AD Artists=B9 Book Opportunities
Sarah Bodman =AD Exploring Arcadia
=20
Panel Discussion =AD Artists=B9 Books & Professional Practice
Panel: Milan Milojevic (TAS), Carolyn Fraser (VIC), Anne-Maree Hunter
(NSW)
Chair: Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
=20
Saturday 1 September
=20
Milan Milojevic (TAS)
Milojevic=B9s recent work has been described as hybrid. Using the oldest an=
d
the newest print technologies in tandem, he creates images of strange
birds and impossible beasts, using books such as Jorges Lois Borges=B9 The
Book of Imaginary Beings and Konrad Gestner's Historia Animalium as
resources and reference points. Like the artist=B9s 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 artist=B9s 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 Nationa=
l
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.
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If we stand very still no one will notice
Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison (VIC)
This artists=B9 talk will focus on the artists=B9 books they have made to dat=
e
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.
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The Artists=B9 Book and the Search for the Impossible
Deirdre Brollo (NSW)
Artists=B9 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
=8Cbook of the world=B9 and =8Cthe total library,=B9 and how such concepts have
informed artists=B9 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 artists=B9
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.
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The Extinguishing of Stars: Process & Production
Carolyn Fraser (VIC)
Carolyn Fraser=B9s most recent book, The Extinguishing of Stars, was made i=
n
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.=20
Carolyn Fraser is a writer and printer. Her imprint, Idlewild Press,
specialises in limited-edition artists=B9 books and custom-designed
ephemera. Her books are included in national and international collection=
s
including the New York Public Library, Yale University and the Library of
Congress. She has taught letterpress and artist book production at the Sa=
n
Francisco Center for the Book, Cleveland Institute of Art and the
Victorian Writers' Centre.
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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.
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Sunday 2 September
=20
Panel Discussion =AD Education and the Artist's Book
Panel: Anne-Maree Hunter and 1st Edition Artists
Chair: Deirdre Brollo
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Presentation =AD Artists=B9 Book Opportunities
Anne-Maree Hunter and artists from the 1st Edition program
An overview of worldwide opportunities for artist=B9s book-makers, from
galleries, specialist bookstores, exhibitions, and fairs, to journals,
workshops and conferences.
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Sarah Bodman =AD 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
artists=B9 books. Sarah Bodman=B9s DVD presentation will give an insight into
the exhibition, which will be showing concurrently as part of BOOKS.07
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Panel Discussion =AD Artists=B9 Books & Professional Practice
Panel: Milan Milojevic, Carolyn Fraser, Anne-Maree Hunter
Chair: Deirdre Brollo
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Workshops=20
Monday 3 September =AD Tuesday 4 September
=20
Choose a two-day workshop to learn about making your own artist book:
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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 =8Chands on=B9 workshop combines collaboration, specialised
editioning printmaking techniques and bookmaking all in one!
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3. Square knot journals and binding concepts for small-scale artists=B9
books
Tutors: Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison (VIC)
Workshop: $220
The square knot journal being taught in this workshop is one that is boun=
d
with an exposed spine held together by a series of small square knots ove=
r
and through brass wire and rods. The journal is designed to sit completel=
y
flat when open due to the flexible nature of the spine.
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4. Nature, Utopia & Impossibility
Tutor: Julia Silvester (VIC)
Workshop: $220
Make three books including a completed artists=B9 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.
=20
Interaction Registration
Early Bird Registration (before 13 July) $150
Standard Registration $180
More information:
http://www.noosaregionalgallery.org/books07/interaction.html
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Interaction Dinner
Saturday 1 September 6.30pm for 7pm
$45.00 (including wine)
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Pelican Street (riverside and behind the Noosa Council)
Tewantin Qld 4565
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Phone
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Website
www.noosaregionalgallery.org
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