SYNERGY 17 is a book project in collaboration with Maria Garton and Dr Karen Heald.
University of Bangor 2017
The preface is written by Professor Paul Haywood Dean of Programmes for Art and Enterprise, Graphic Communication Design and Perfomance at Central St Martins, University of the Arts of London.
SHE is a book archiving An International Art Collaboration Exploring The Constructs of Femininity. This ambitious and timely project has been documented by Sweetart December 2016.
Garton. M. And Heald. K. 2014 SUSPENDED NARRATIVES
University of Salford
The book contains a preface by Professor Paul Haywood who is currently Deputy Dean of the School of Art and Design at Middlesex University where he holds a chair in Fine Art, alongside a chair in Creative Community Engagement at the University of Salford.
This is a catalogue from the Exhibtion published by TOKARSKA GALLERY London 2013
This is a book publication from the Exhibtions at Cabinet 20th January - 5th March 2011 and then onto MASS MoCA
2nd January - 31st March 2011.
Published by Cabinet BOOKS and MASS MoCA A curatorial project by Regine Basha.
The exhibition Toxic Colour was a group exhibition of twenty five artists who were challenged to submit entries based on the exhibitions theme. The theme of the exhibition was created and juried by Martin Ball Associate Professor of Kent State University U.S.A. His group exhibitions include the first British Art Show and The Presence of Painting a survey of thirty years of British abstraction. In addition to lecturing internationally, he has written and curated exhibitions on contemporary painting.
He states that recent developments in modern printing techniques, injection moulding and digital imaging have expanded our idea of colour. Colour aesthetic is now no longer driven by phenomenological considerations but can be manipulated by any purpose. It is no longer experienced as natural but is now highly mediated. Toxic Colour is an opportunity to explore how artists are responding to these developments.
A Project by Luis Camnitzer sponsored by the National Library of Spain
The Last Book is a project to compile written as well as visual statements in which the authors may leave a legacy for future generations. The premise of the project is that book based culture is coming to end. New technologies have introduced cultural mutations by transferring information to television and the internet. The Last Book will serve as a time caspsule and leave a document and testament of our time, as well as a stimulus for a possible reactivation of culture in case of disappearance by negligence castastrophe or conflagration.
The book will be exhibited as an installation at the entrance of the Museum of the National Library of Spain in Madrid.
This is a catalogue with a CD inside of a touring exhibition from 30th March 2006. - 3rd March 2007. An inclusive touring experience Space Between catalogue reveals the On The Next Level project process alongside nineteen exhibitors artwork and creative practices developed by Art Shape.
The prize was founded in Italy in 2004 by Steven Music in order to promote painting.
The works was chosen by the curatorial staff at Goldsmiths College London and the exhibition was at the Old Truman Brewery London and the catalogue was edited by Sara Pearce.