Posts Tagged ‘art text collaborations’
Nigel Heyler’s CrayVox
Nigel Heyler’s CrayVox

Lethologica Press are currently most taken with artist Nigel Heyler’s CrayVox. Existing as an atlas-cookbook, the book evocatively charts time spent last year by the artist deep amidst the briny fishing world of the Houtman Abrohlos Islands. Nigel’s explorations of the Islands emerge in beautifully rendered maps, paired with local crayfish recipes and Chinese calligraphy. […]

Only 26 days to go to submit your photo book or collaborative book

Just a reminder that we are looking for books for our February exhibition. They are due by 31 JANUARY 2012 This means that if you have been doing a book involving a second author/artist/participant you should be getting it to the printer right now. See more details here: Art/Text/Clearinghouse project. We know that there are […]

Vivienne Glance and Perdita Phillips: A simple rain
Vivienne Glance and Perdita Phillips: A simple rain

  Photography with an eye for symbolism and hint of narrative, prose filled with visual acuity and flurries and flakes of inventiveness. There is a tangible synergy here between text and image, giving rise to “dissolved aspirations”, depth…past mourning” and the “notes of ages”. ‘A simple rain’ is a book to linger over, a book […]

Rupture by Scott-Patrick Mitchell and Eleanor Leonne Bennett
Rupture by Scott-Patrick Mitchell and Eleanor Leonne Bennett

we have achieved time travel. we have created a wormhole that is both temporal & spatial. we have found a rupture in the world… & through it we speak to each other. Meet Eleanor Leonne Bennett & her imaginary friend Scott-Patrick Mitchell. Or are we meeting SPM and his new imaginary friend, Kitten? Or have […]

Grammatical Instances by the mitchell bros.
Grammatical Instances by the mitchell bros.

the mitchell bros. was a collaboration between poet Scott-Patrick Mitchell and artist/photographer Eric James Mitchell. Collaboration redefines the social space. Each artistic language articulates the moment with its own dialect. A grapholexia of creative comprehension is formed, the symbol and glyph combined in new expression. This dialogue forms its own grammar, syntax and morphology. Image […]

Denise Brown and Gail Robinson: Cemented by Shadows
Denise Brown and Gail Robinson: Cemented by Shadows

The handmade limited edition book Cemented by Shadows is the first collaboration between visual artist Denise Brown and text artist Gail Robinson. Denise’s vibrant drawings were inspired by memories of her upbringing in rural Cornwall. Consistent with her art practice she has used personal experience to translate the emotional content of everyday life and contemporary […]

Zines at the gallery
Photo by Rachael Kuan

Ooh we do like it when publications meet galleries… The Perth Zine Collective have set up camp at PICA for the month of September, turning the gallery’s reading room into a public zine space.  People can pop in to make a zine, read and buy a range of local and international zines. Lovely.     […]

We like: Engels e-textualised

Lethologica Press were pleased to stumble upon the inspired project by UK experimental arts org Arthur+Martha in the webspohere. Drawing comparisons with Engels’ writing about the harshness of 19th Century Manchester and homeless existences today, the ‘epic poem’, ‘Tweet from Engels’, has been written in collaboration with homeless people in Manchester and Bury, and expands […]

Nandi Chinna and Andrea Smith: Alluvium
Nandi Chinna and Andrea Smith: Alluvium

Poet Nandi Chinna and illustrator Andrea Smith  embarked upon a cross-continental collaboration for their book, Alluvium. Nandi has been exploring wetlands and walking in her latest poetry project. Andrea is a professional illustrator with an interest in birds and animals. The book began with concerted wandering along the shores of wetlands and river banks in […]

Famous art and text pairings
Famous art and text pairings

Rouveyre and Matisse (on Apollinaire) Three decades after poet Guillaume Apollinaire’s death in 1918, his friends the poet André Rouveyre and Henri Matisse decided to make a book about him, suitably honoring the man who wrote visual poetry with… text and art. Between 1942-1952, the duo worked on the book with Rouveyre writing and Matisse […]

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