Messy Women: Pot Luck No. 1
Messy Women is a collaboration with Cathey Webb and Zelda Velika to make series of Pot-luck books inspired by the 1937 collaboration of Edna Beilenson, Evelyn Harter and Beatrice Warde to make books by and for women, on the subject of women in print.
A video of the making of the first Pot-luck book is available via the BABE 2021 Lost Weekend YouTube channel from 16th April 2021.
Hurrah for the Fairs and the Wayzgeese!
Really excited to getting back out and about again starting with the wonderful...
Stroud Wayzgoose 12 | 13 March 2022
Books and prints will be for sale at Stroud Brewery, Kingfisher Business Park, GL5 2BY between 12 midday and 5pm.
Bookmarks 30 March 2022
Edinburgh College of Art's Annual Zine and Artist Book Fair s back!
Bristol Artists Book Event (BABE) 23 | 24 April 2022
BABE 2022 is at Bower Ashton (city campus, UWE) this year. Bristol Editions will be showing some of my books in the big room (canteen). Thanks Cathey and Zelda!
Shipley Wayzgoose 11 June 2022
at The Kirkgate Centre, Shipley, West Yorkshire
Bristol Editions 20 | 21 August 2022
Bristol Editions is a collaboration between Cathey Webb, Zelda Velika and myself. This is a new book fair we've organised for c. 15 book artists to show their wares. Taking place at Centrespace gallery, 6 Leonard Lane, Bristol BS1 1EA.
Posted/Unposted: The Lost Call
‘POSTED/UNPOSTED: British Isles’ (2019-2020) contains a new iteration of the ‘POSTED/UNPOSTED’ (2016-2017) project curated by Imi Maufe (NOR) and Lina Nordenström (SE) who worked with 25 invited artists, printmakers and visual poets from the Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden).
For the British Isles version, Imi Maufe invited Angie Butler (UK) to co-curate the exhibition. I was invited with 23 other creative practitioners who use letterpress in the UK/EIRE to contribute to this publishing project. The resulting work spans fifty years of letterpress publishing expertise, illuminating the wealth of innovative letterpress printing that takes place across these countries today.
‘The Lost Call' is designed as an imagined 10th pamphlet of H N Werkman's
The Next Call' - inspired by, and in memory of, the artist. Both pamphlet and envelope were produced using a variety of techniques, most as utilised by Werkman himself.