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  • 1. Some Contemporary Books by Artists
  • 2. From physical to digital
  • 3. Paddle Notes 2002. Andi McGarry Unlimited edition, each book unique, Ireland, 2002. 15 x 11 x 2 cms, heavy cartridge paper, Indian Ink, marbling ink, glue.
  • 4. Andi McGarry, Ireland http://www.youtube.com/user/AAAAAAndi
  • 5. My Babe Rides the Railroad (March 15, 2010). Animated collage and music by Andi McGarry. http://www.youtube.com/user/AAAAAAndi
  • 6. The Browness of Sleep. Andi McGarry, Ireland, 2010 A film still from the animated version of Andi McGarry's artist's book The Browness of Sleep with a composition created to play alongside the animation, published on YouTube (May 04, 2010)
  • 7. Helen Douglas, The Pond at Deuchar, 2011, 14 metres x 27cm hand scroll, printed on Chinese Xuan paper, ultra chrome inks. Silk ribbon edged. Edition of 4. http://weproductions.com/handprinted.html
  • 8. Helen Douglas, The Pond at Deuchar E-Scroll, Published by Tate, 2013. Postscript essay by Clive Phillpot. http://weproductions.com/epub.html See: http://helendouglas.onlineculture.co.uk/ttp/ttp.html
  • 9. Where in the world?…
  • 10. Everybody’s Mapping Nowadays, Mark Pawson 2012, adding new libraries, cycle paths, forests and museums http://www.mpawson.demon.co.uk
  • 11. Everybody’s Mapping Nowadays, Mark Pawson 2012, adding alien invasions, CCTV and hidden treasure. http://www.mpawson.demon.co.uk
  • 12. The first aerial travellers, Gracia Haby, 2011 Unique artists' book with collage elements and pencil. http://gracialouise.com
  • 13. To spend a quiet day (Interlaken Berner Oberland), Gracia Haby, 2012 Unique artists' book with collage elements and pencil. http://gracialouise.com
  • 14. Untitled, found altered atlas by Rodrigo Arteaga, 2011, (Santiago, Chile). www.flickr.com/photos/rodrigoarteaga/
  • 15. Untitled. Roads cut from a tourist map of Chile, by Rodrigo Arteaga, 2011. www.flickr.com/photos/rodrigoarteaga/
  • 16. Rodrigo Arteaga (Santiago, Chile) Agenda 2011 Altered diary, with one drawing a day over 2011.
  • 17. Rodrigo Arteaga (Santiago, Chile) Our Wonderful Universe, 2013 Found astronomy book, intervened with black gouache paint, 208 pages.
  • 18. Terra Incognita, Dmitry Sayenko, 2012. nikodim-press.blogspot.com
  • 19. Terra Incognita, Dmitry Sayenko, 2012. nikodim-press.blogspot.com
  • 20. Dark Globe Francis Elliott, Foundry (FND 037/08), 2009 www.franciselliott.com
  • 21. Dark Globe Francis Elliott, Foundry (FND 037/08), 2009 www.franciselliott.com
  • 22. Black Books: books with a sense of humour…
  • 23. A Board Book for Bored Children, Ellen Golla, The Paper Chipmunk Press. Out in September 2013 www.paperchipmunk.com
  • 24. Jon Bentley, from the series: Peter and Jane, the Lost Episodes www.jonbentley.co.uk
  • 25. Someone Else's Holiday Craig Atkinson, 2011 Someone Else's Holiday is from an ongoing series of 'found photo' books. I often buy 35mm cameras from charity shops if they contain film, then have the film processed. If there are enough images to create a book or narrative, I do. Authorship and the nature of the photographs are obvious questions. I don't know whether the photographer is alive or dead, whether the camera was donated as a gesture of good will or cleared out of hatred. It's exciting to know I'm the first person to see the images that someone, possibly many years ago, has taken. www.caferoyalbooks.com
  • 26. Someone Else's Skiing Holiday, Craig Atkinson, 2013 www.caferoyalbooks.com
  • 27. Someone Else's Wedding, Craig Atkinson, 2011 www.craigatkinson.co.uk
  • 28. Atramentum John McDowall, 2012 A materiality of language is made manifest by notionally pooling the ink of the printed text of Robert Burton’s The Anatomy of Melancholy. The percentage of page covered by the black print of the words is calculated as surface area and multiplied by the 1,382 pages of the book. This total quantity of ink is reproduced in the form a single solid black circle (diameter of 180 cm), which is laid out as a sequential imposition in a new book of the same page dimensions as the published example consulted. The black disc’s formal reductive finality presents a counterpointing rendering of Burton’s exceedingly wide-ranging, earnest yet satirical, compendium of virtually all the books in a 17th-century library.
  • 29. Details from the Least Popular Heidi Neilson, 2013 Digital offset print-on- demand, 208 pages, edition of 50. Details from the Least Popular contains the most plain, uninteresting detail areas from the one hundred least popular images in the Hubble Space Telescope image gallery, in order with the least popular first. Accessed on November 30, 2012, the gallery contained 1298 images. http://heidineilson.com
  • 30. Details from the Least Popular Heidi Neilson, 2013 Digital offset print-on- demand, 208 pages, edition of 50. Details from the Least Popular contains the most plain, uninteresting detail areas from the one hundred least popular images in the Hubble Space Telescope image gallery, in order with the least popular first. Accessed on November 30, 2012, the gallery contained 1298 images. http://heidineilson.com
  • 31. 56 Broken Kindle Screens, Sebastian Schmieg in collaboration with Silvio Lorusso (www.silviolorusso.com), 2012. A print on demand paperback of found photos depicting broken Kindle screens. You can also download a Kindle version from the website. http://www.sebastianschmieg.com/56brokenkindlescreens
  • 32. 56 Broken Kindle Screens, Sebastian Schmieg in collaboration with Silvio Lorusso (www.silviolorusso.com), 2012. “The book takes as its starting point the peculiar aesthetic of broken E ink displays and serves as an examination into the reading device's materiality. As the screens break, they become collages composed of different pages, cover illustrations and interface elements.” You can also download a Kindle version from the website. http://www.sebastianschmieg.com/56brokenkindlescreens
  • 33. 56 Broken Kindle Screens, Sebastian Schmieg in collaboration with Silvio Lorusso (www.silviolorusso.com), 2012. A print on demand paperback of found photos depicting broken Kindle screens. “The book takes as its starting point the peculiar aesthetic of broken E ink displays and serves as an examination into the reading device's materiality. As the screens break, they become collages composed of different pages, cover illustrations and interface elements.” You can also download a Kindle version from the website. http://www.sebastianschmieg.com/56brokenkindlescreens
  • 34. Pop Quiz by Dave Dyment (PWP009) Edition of 500, numbered and signed by the artist (each with unique handwritten question). “A near comprehensive collection of all of the questions posed in pop songs from the artist's music collection.” Published by Paul + Wendy projects, Toronto. www.paulandwendyprojects.com/popquiz.html
  • 35. Home Made Record Sleeves Vol 2 Stephen Fowler A series of books documenting the artist’s collection of home made record sleeves purchased form charity shops and the like. http://stephenfowler72.blogspot.co.uk
  • 36. I just arrived this morning Bas Fontein, BASBOEK Publishers, The Netherlands (2009) is a flipbook made of left-over material from five photo albums my brother made. It‟s the continuation of My brothers trip to Indonesia (2004). 135 pages printed on photo paper, book design by Jeroen Disch. My brothers trip to Indonesia Bas Fontein, BASBOEK Publishers, The Netherlands My brothers trip to Indonesia (2004) is a small photo book made of leftover material that I found in the waste basket after my brother completed his holiday album. 2004 www.basfontein.com
  • 37. TO KEEP A DEAD FLY IN THE HAND JUST IN FRONT OF A GLACIER Kurt Johannessen, Norway. Ved Nigardsbreen, Jostedalen, 5th September 2009 Time: 50 minutes Photo: Torill Nøst. www.zeth.no
  • 38. Flygande steinar Kurt Johannessen, Norway www.zeth.no
  • 39. On 7 July 2012, at a food and art festival, 29 people ate original drawings of various wild animals. Each participant chose a picture from various wild animals drawn by Kurt Johannessen. The drawings were served on a biscuit made into a meal with cheese, omelette, herbs, salad and spices etc. The drawings were beautifully prepared by Pavana Reid (above). Ete (Eat) Kurt Johannessen, and Pavana Reid, 2012. Edition of 500. Photos: Tone R. Hellesøy, Marianne Lamberg, Finn Opsahl www.zeth.no/bokutdrag_bilder2011/2012etebok.html
  • 40. Ete (Eat) Kurt Johannessen, and Pavana Reid, 2012 Photos: Tone R. Hellesøy, Marianne Lamberg, Finn Opsahl www.zeth.no
  • 41. In Retail, Jeremy Dixon, Hazard Press, 2012. The book is a sequence of poems inspired by working part-time for a High Street chemists. The binding of each copy contains a shopping list found abandoned in the store. www.hazardpress.co.uk
  • 42. In Retail, Jeremy Dixon, Hazard Press, 2012. The book is a sequence of poems inspired by working part-time for a High Street chemists. The binding of each copy contains a shopping list found abandoned in the store. www.hazardpress.co.uk
  • 43. Books about other books / rearranged narratives…
  • 44. Penguin book covers, Cally Barker. Various titles, knitting, embroidery. http://callybarker.com
  • 45. The Famous Five Food, Christa Harris, 2010. http://christa-rebecca-harris.blogspot.co.uk
  • 46. The Famous Five Food, Christa Harris, 2010. http://christa-rebecca-harris.blogspot.co.uk
  • 47. All the four letter words that are sometimes used with another four letter word (that I can think of) Guy Bigland, 2012 460 pages 460 words drawn from everyday language collected over the space of a year. Although gathered as pairs, each four letter word was then separated from its partner and placed in alphabetical order which creates a juxtaposition with a new word dictated by the alphabetical ordering. This taxonomy imposes a structure upon the familiar to create unfamiliar new arrangements. http://guybigland.tumblr.com
  • 48. A Dialogue in Useful Phrases is a book based on “conversational phrases” that were found in Grenville Kleiser‟s Fifteen Thousand Useful Phrases, an optimistic handbook from 1917 providing “felicitous expressions for enriching the vocabulary.” Elisabeth Tonnard, 2010 Kleiser‟s conversational phrases starting with „I‟ were taken and placed opposite those starting with „you‟. The „I‟ phrases are running in alphabetical order down the verso pages, the „you‟ phrases down the recto pages. A dialogue is formed from the random meetings of these phrases. It is a dialogue in the purest sense, a dialogue that expresses nothing other than itself. The book has a square format to indicate the empty room where such communications might be taking place. http://elisabethtonnard.com
  • 49. La Chamade, Christopher Robinson 'La Chamade' is a facsimile of Francois Sagan's novel of that name with all the text removed other than sentences beginning with the word 'She...' up until the first punctuation. By removing most of the source text and leaving space where the removed words were it transforms the novel into a book of original concrete poetry. Along with 'Sunlight On Cold Water' & 'Wonderful Clouds' it forms a triptych of parallel narratives. When read together the three books seem to provide alternative views of a very similar story. www.wordsofdeadpoets.co.uk
  • 50. Orlando, Sylvia Waltering, 2013. http://battenburgpress.tumblr.com
  • 51. Orlando, Sylvia Waltering, 2013. http://battenburgpress.tumblr.com
  • 52. Fortynine Coach Seats, Tom Sowden, 2003. Perfect bound book, digital print, edition of 49, 180 x 140 mm Twentysix Gasoline Stations, Michalis Pichler, 2009. Perfect bound book, 36 pp, offset-printed edition of 600, 180 x 140 mm
  • 53. Some of the Buildings on The Sunset Strip, Tom Sowden, 2008. Concertina format book, digital print interior pages, screenprinted cover, edition of 30, 180 x 140 mm, extending to 15ft.
  • 54. Various Blank Pages and Ink, Doro Boehme and Eric Baskauskas, 2009. Perfect bound book, digital print, edition of 500, 205 x 150 mm
  • 55. Various Small Cookies, Simon Goode, 2011. www.simongoode.co.uk
  • 56. A Night Visit to the Library, Amir Brito Cador, 2011. www.flickr.com/photos/amirbrito/ http://gramatologia.blogspot.com
  • 57. A Night Visit to the Library, Amir Brito Cador, 2011. http://gramatologia.blogspot.com
  • 58. Random Passions Karen Hanmer, USA Couples from romance novel covers traced on translucent paper layer together and multiple new combinations emerge. Laser prints on “vellum” paper, pamphlet in case binding covered with velvet finish book cloth, hot stamped title. 2008. www.karenhanmer.com
  • 59. Book Jacket by Sally Alatalo, insulated with shredded romance novels
  • 60. Legendary, Lexical, Loquacious Love, Karen Reimer, writing as Eve Rhymer, Sara Ranchouse Publications, USA An alphabetised romance novel taking all of the words in an existing published romance novel and sorting them alphabetically. “I wondered how the love story would exist without a narrative structure/plot. I used the alphabet - an arbitrary, non-hierarchical ordering convention - for its objective unemotional character, which places it at odds with the subjective emotional character of romance novels. I wanted to see whether, if I put a romance novel‟s cover on it, it would be possible to read an alphabetical list of words as a love story. I think it is.” www.sararanchouse.com
  • 61. A rearranged affair by Anita M-28 (Sally Alatalo‟s romance persona name) www.sararanchouse.com
  • 62. www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk Sarah.Bodman@uwe.ac.uk