Vivienne Glance, co-author of A Simple Rain, is Arts Catalyst’s writer-in-residence during September 2012. She is leading A Conversation on Science in Contemporary Performance, Wed 19 Sept, Arts Catalyst, London. This informal conversation on science in contemporary performance will bring together a small invited gathering of artists, writers, scientists and theatre practitioners. http://www.artscatalyst.org/experiencelearning/detail/science_in_contemporary_performance/ We caught… Continue reading Writer Vivienne Glance’s events in London
Please join us on Monday 6th August 7pm at Crow Books 900 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park, Western Australia for the launch of A Simple Rain. The book will be launched by award-winning Western Australian poet Kevin Gillam. RSVP/for more information contact email@example.com Download the A Simple Rain flyer.
WritingWA recommends… Together, Vivienne Glance’s abstract, evocative short poems and Perdita Phillips’ equally evocative photographs create a shifting, unfolding narrative of the connection between place and mind. The photographs, taken at the moraine of a glacier, present a zone where the immutable grandeur of the environment might make the transience of human existence acceptable. As… Continue reading A Simple Rain featured in The West Australian
James Kerr contributed two books to the Western Australian Photobook Survey. In 2008 James Kerr travelled to Thailand and the UK to re-connect with his origins. Primarily a journey to visit the town of his birth in Yorkshire, which he had not seen since leaving as a very young child, his visit took him to… Continue reading James Kerr: Journey and Monofreo
Contradiction Press‘ Is this bioart? Dedicated to junk dna and scholarship features the distinctive illustrations of Sean Morris combined with the acerbically jolly wit of the anonymous artlover: The quest of the art student/art historian/curator/art theorist/artist trying to define a genre of art which has over recent years become ubiquitous within academia and sections of… Continue reading Contradiction Press and Sean Morris: Is this bioart?
Coral Carter is well known for her active association with Mulla Mulla Press but she also has an intensive photographic practice concerned with the everyday environment that she lives in. She produced two books for the Western Australian Photographic Book Survey. Kalgoorlie 2010 is a self produced/self published wire bound book of 51 ink jet… Continue reading Coral Carter: KALGOORLIE KALGOORLIE KALGOORLIE KALGOORLIE and Kalgoorlie 2010
Sam Harris was featured in The West Australian‘s takefive column in the Weekend Magazine 31 March: I am happiest when … I have enough time to photograph whatever I want. When all the elements come together and I’m in “the zone” Click to see more of his Western Australian Photobook Survey entry, Postcards from Home.… Continue reading Sam Harris featured in takefive
Dianne and Kathryn Soupandavong’s In the Beginning has been announced as 1 of 5 finalists for the Landscape section of the Momento Pro book awards in Sydney. The Photobook of the Year Awards Exhibition will open on 7 May 2012 at the Momento Pro showroom during the Head On Photo Festival. Winners will be announced… Continue reading In the Beginning shortlisted in the Landscape category of the Momento Pro book awards
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Please join us for artists’ talks and poetry readings in an informal atmosphere as part of the Art/Text/Clearinghouse Project + Western Australian Photographic Book Survey. A number of artists/writers/poets/photographers will be in attendance. We will be reflecting on what we have achieved, what we have learnt about different methods of book publishing and the potential… Continue reading Artist’s talks Saturday 3 March 2:00 to 3:30pm
Here are some shots of the Art/Text/Clearinghouse Project + Western Australian Photographic Book Exhibitions opening at Perth Centre for Photography’s new gallery at 100 Aberdeen Street. It was a massive night. All images courtesy of James Kerr Photography http://www.monofreophoto.com/
Annette spends a lot of her time in Laverton so it was a pleasant surprise to get her work in the mail. Below is an intriguing image of the cover of May I tell a story?