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Experiencing Henri Michaux, 2000 (1)

I am Writing to You From a Far-Off Country: Experiencing Henri Michaux (2000).

Digital images, laserprinted text, pen, ink and gold paint on paper, custom perspex cover. Unique, Canberra: Editioning & Artists Book Studio, NITA, 2000.

This is the first of four posts on this book. 2nd post. 3rd post. 4th post.

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Books to Hold or Let Go: works in progress

Books to Hold or Let Go is an upcoming exhibition at Canberra’s Craft ACT gallery.

Opening on 14 May at 6pm, Books to Hold or Let Go showcases Australian and international binders working with the text of Ampersand Duck’s fine press publication Poems to Hold or Let Go by Rosemary Dobson and Rosalind Atkins. The exhibition will run until 20 June, and associated events (floor talks or readings) are being negotiated. Continue reading

Books to Hold or Let Go: the exhibition

Books to Hold or Let Go was a group exhibition of bookbinding responses to a single book: Poems to Hold or Let Go by Rosemary Dobson, a fine press volume designed and published by myself, Ampersand Duck, in 2008.

The exhibition opened on May 14, 2009 at Canberra’s Craft ACT gallery and continued through to June 20, 2009. Continue reading