01/03/2009

Sub(missive) bookwork FINISHED!



It's done and tomorrow I will hand it in! The exhibition is on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th March at Leeds University as part of the 12th International Artists Book Fair - I have offered to help install the work on Thursday morning, the private view is on Friday evening so more photos to follow. I feel quite excited to see how other participants have responded to their instructions! Now I am off to visit an old gardening friend for supper and a glass of wine - I feel I have earnt it this week!

11 comments:

Lost in the Forest said...

The books look fabulous!
I'm teaching a little book making workshop on Friday, we will be making books from found materials - I wonder if I could use a couple of your images as some excellent examples?

Emily x

notmassproduced said...

for some reason i cant click to enlarge the last two images but these look great. i relly like. in london next weekend otherwise would have liked to come and see!

will let u know about gardens at henshaws!

Luisa Santos said...

wow, it looks GREAT!!!! would love to see it but it's kinda long way to me at the moment :( please post pics of the Fair! and many Congrats on the great job :)

Seth said...

This looks spectacular and so interesting! Congratulations! I hope you enjoy the exhibition.

Seth said...

This looks spectacular and so interesting! Congratulations! I hope you enjoy the exhibition.

Char said...

yay! it looks great

femminismo said...

How wonderful to turn all this into a work of art. What a book! I am sure the other entries will be entertaining also. You are good to volunteer and help the arts along. It's one of the more rewarding things in life, to encourage the artistic way, don't you think? Best to you, Jeanne

eb said...

I LOVE this and what to see/hold up close...

xox - eb.

A rambling rose said...

Emily - I would be really pleased for you to use the images - I reduce the size for the blog so if you would like larger files let me know and I'll email them to you - email me on the left under the axis artist sidebar
Kate - not sure why some images enlarge and others don't thanks for letting me know I'll look into it
Thank you all for such great comments - I'll let you know what happens at the PV

lynne h said...

yes, i'm with eb... i LOVE these pieces and want to hold them and look at them up close!! they just have the nicest energy about them, and they're so very cool...

Leslie Avon Miller said...

I would love to hold the the different parts of ths work. Intriguing!