Sunday, June 9, 2019

The 2018 Field Report is out in the world!

















Field Study Emanations by
 
Aardverx . Martha Aitchison . Artpool . Vittore Baroni . Horst Baur . Julian Beere . John M Bennett . Bev Bills . Sarah Bodman . Hans Braumûller  . Vizma Brúns. Chameleon Lectra . JF Chapelle  . Victoria Cooper . RF Côté .  Laura Cristin . David Dellafiora  . Martin Desloovere . Lucy Godycki . Antonio Gomez . Karl-Friedrich Hacker . Susan Hartigan . Paul Holman . Eberhard Janke . KLIRZ . Magda Lagerwerf . Beltrán Laguna . Susanna Lakner . Teresa Lawrence . Siggi Liersch . Serse Luigetti . Renée Magaña . Ute Mescher . Denis Mizzi . Peter Mueller . Emilio Morandi . Leo Morrissey . Ken Naigus . Keiichi Nakamura . Jurgen O.Olbrich . Leonie Osowski . Benedict Phillips . Point d’Ironie . Ross Priddle  . Terry Reid  . Sabine Remy  . Glen Smith . Zoe Snyder . Doug Spowart . Angela Stadthaus . State Of Being . Carol Stetser . TICTAC  . Alan Turner . Sue Vallance . Daniele Virgilio
 

The Journal Of Field Study International

One of the joys of laying out pages for the Field Report is discovering serendipity at work – this edition features works with holes and circles, gaps in the field, and the ephemera of leaves, note books and feathers. Tangible ephemera has become rarer when more work now occurs on blogs and facebook pages. The Field Report returns mailart to its roots.

The 50th anniversary of the events of May 1968 are referenced by Martin Desloovere work and Terry Reid with his Situationist reading of Denis Mizzi on a walk through the city. Also included in the report are works of a hermetic nature, from gnome crime scenes, to sigils, and recordings of the movement of birds and the labour of bees. The cataloguing of objects is also a feature, with Peter Müller’s Beauty of Poo, Sue Hartigan’s Geelong Ruins Series#1, Incidental Rothkos by Glen Smith and Angela Stadthaus’s classifications of a type of paper.

This edition of the Field Report welcomes KLIRZ with his heroic micro opera and Sarah Bodman and Jayne Marshall with their readings from Encounters with Books/Encuentro con Libros from Santander. Books Beyond Boundaries in Geelong included an illustrated talk on assembling publications and a display from the Field Study archive while Jürgen O Olbrich re-enacted the Fluxshop for Objekt-Magazine in Münich.

2019 will see the 25th issue of The Journal Of Field Study International and welcomes emanations from artists around the globe.
David Dellafiora
The Field Report is the annual of Field Study International, produced since 1996 in the form of an assembling book. Artists are invited to create an edition of 100 pages conceived as a ‘Field Study Emanation’. Works include documentations of performances, actions, instructions, manifestoes, journey works, tracts, rants, instructions, manifestoes, reflections and experiments. Each issue contains the work of about fifty artists. Size14.5x21cm, wire bound, hand stamped, numbered.  
A limited number of the 2018 Field Reports are available for sale cost $60 US (includes international p+p) email for details

Saturday, May 18, 2019

WIPE 118 hot off the press!







Brasil
Jose Roberto Sechi
Canada
R.F. Cõté
Germany
Uli Grohmann . Adiba Kridi
Peter Küstermann . Siggi Liersch
Sidra Muhamad . OBA Mail Art Group
Jurgen O.Olbrich . Mohamad Oumari
Sabine Remy
Italy
Vittore Baroni . Serse Luigetti
Giovanni Strada
Spain
Antonio Gómez . Miguel Jimenez
Taiwan
William Mellott
UK
Ruth Broadway
USA
John M.Bennett

Wipe
Wipe is a small assembling publication in which toilet paper is the medium. The use of a nonarchival, indeed anti-archival medium, is intentional, with the ephemerality and fragility of the medium insharp contrast with the artistic concern for archival materials. Conceived as a playful lightweight publication to circumvent postage costs, Wipe nods to Duchamp’s urinal and challenges contributors to make work on a medium that is almost anti-art.
Contributors source their own toilet paper, a source of fascination in itself and a comment on the hygiene practices of different societies. In spite of its intended ephemerality, toilet paper allows rubberstamping, stitching, collaging, and even frottaging. When 20 contributions are received, Wipe is distributed to participants by mail.(text by Susan Hartigan)
Limited copies of WIPE 118 are available for sale for $20 US (including international p&p) email for further details.

KART 96 is here!




Welcome to 96th issue of KART. The image on the cover is Harlow Family Group by Henry Moore and is a souvenir of my visit to Harlow Centre of Sculpture.

KART magazine is an assembling publication promoting artistic and cultural diversity. KART is an ongoing project with no deadlines and work is accepted on a continuing basis. KART is produced in limited editions of 40, each box containing works by 15 artists.

KART is published as a collaboration between GenU- Karingal St Laurence and Field Study International. 

Works by

Australia David Dellafiora • Christine Ericksson • Rita Halabarec • Elvira Juraga • Zoe Snyder Germany Siggi Liersch • Peter Müller • Jürgen O. Olbrich Italy Vittore Baroni • Serse Luigetti • Daniele Virgilio Spain Antonio Gomez Netherlands Piet Franzen • Magda Lagerwerf USA: John M. Bennett

 A limited number of KART 96 are available for sale, $20 US (price includes P+P), please email before ordering as numbers are very limited    

Saturday, April 13, 2019

WIPE 117 is here!


Australia
David Fielding
Begium
Miche-Art-Universalis
Canada
Diane Bertrand . R.F. Cõté
Kerosene
France
Christian Alle
Germany
Siggi Liersch. Jurgen O.Olbrich
Angela Stadthaus
Greece
Katerina Nikoltsou
Italy
Vittore Baroni . Giovanni Strada
Netherlands
Magda Lagerwerf
Norway
Torill Elisabeth Larsen
Spain
Antonio Gómez. Joaquin Gómez
Miguel Jimenez . Beltrán Laguna
USA
John M.Bennett . Laura Dunn

Wipe
Wipe is a small assembling publication in which toilet paper is the medium. The use of a nonarchival, indeed anti-archival medium, is intentional, with the ephemerality and fragility of the medium insharp contrast with the artistic concern for archival materials. Conceived as a playful lightweight publication to circumvent postage costs, Wipe nods to Duchamp’s urinal and challenges contributors to make work on a medium that is almost anti-art.
Contributors source their own toilet paper, a source of fascination in itself and a comment on the hygiene practices of different societies. In spite of its intended ephemerality, toilet paper allows rubberstamping, stitching, collaging, and even frottaging. When 20 contributions are received, Wipe is distributed to participants by mail.(text by Susan Hartigan)
Limited copies of WIPE 117 are available for sale for $20 US (including international p&p) email for further details.

Saturday, March 30, 2019

KART 95 is here!




Welcome to 95th issue of KART. The image on the cover celebrates the centenary of the birth of the modern dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham.

KART magazine is an assembling publication promoting artistic and cultural diversity. KART is an ongoing project with no deadlines and work is accepted on a continuing basis. KART is produced in limited editions of 40, each box containing works by 15 artists. This issue has 20 contributors!

KART is published as a collaboration between GenU- Karingal St Laurence and Field Study International.
David Dellafiora (curator) March 2019


Australia David Fielding • Lucy Godycki • Kneebone Press • Morgan Tasic  Belgium Thierry Tillier Canada Kerosene Germany Siggi Liersch • Peter Müller • Jürgen O. OlbrichTICTAC Italy Vittore Baroni • Roberto Scala • Giovanni Strada • Daniele Virgilio Mexico Emilio Carrasco Norway Torill Elisabeth Larsen Spain Sabela Bana Antonio Gomez Joaquin Gómez UK: Sue Vallance

A limited number of KART 95 are available for sale, $20 US (price includes P+P), please email before ordering as numbers are very limited    

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

ReSite No.14 Vol.2 is here!













ReSite – Manual of Scores, Manifestos & Radical Actions

Sever A Wall With A Hair, listen to an External Territory, use your ESP, record a garage, sign a manifesto and then Do The Same In A Different Way. These are just some of the instructions you will find in this issue of ReSite.

ReSite is an assembling publication in which pages have an element of audience participation or interaction. Like Fluxus editions, where anyone can perform an action or score, ReSite taps into the rich tradition of the avant-garde with contributions of manifestos and documentation of art actions.
ReSite encourages participation by writers and musicians to produce visual scores and manifestos as well as calling for contributions by conceptual artists. Pass on the word to anyone you think would like to be in future issues.
 
David Dellafiora, March 2019

Site Workers

Christian Alle France Alwina UK Vittore Baroni Italy Horst Baur China John M. Bennett USA JF Chapelle France Laura Cristin Italy Daniel De Culla Spain David Dellafiora Australia Piet Franzen The Netherlands Antonio Gómez Spain Susan Hartigan Australia Nicolas de Lacasiniere France Beltrán Laguna Spain Siggi Liersch Germany Serse Luigetti Italy A+P Netmail Germany Andrew Maximilian Niss Germany TICTAC Germany Daniele Virgilio Italy 

A limited number of ReSite No.14/Vol.2 are available for sale cost $25 US (includes international p+p) email for details   

Sunday, February 24, 2019

WIPE 116










Argentina
Claudia Garlia
Australia
Vizma Bruns
Canada
R.F. Cõté . Susan Gold
France
Jean-Charles Boilevin . Trixi Pops
Germany
Veb Brandstiftung . Thorsten Führmann
Siggi Liersch. OBA Mail Art Group
Jurgen O.Olbrich . TICTAC
Greece
Katerina Nikoltsou
Italy
Vittore Baroni . Morice Marcuse
Giovanni Strada
Spain
Antonio Gómez
Taiwan
William Mellot
 USA
John M.Bennett . Laura Dunn

Wipe
Wipe is a small assembling publication in which toilet paper is the medium. The use of a nonarchival, indeed anti-archival medium, is intentional, with the ephemerality and fragility of the medium insharp contrast with the artistic concern for archival materials. Conceived as a playful lightweight publication to circumvent postage costs, Wipe nods to Duchamp’s urinal and challenges contributors to make work on a medium that is almost anti-art.
Contributors source their own toilet paper, a source of fascination in itself and a comment on the hygiene practices of different societies. In spite of its intended ephemerality, toilet paper allows rubberstamping, stitching, collaging, and even frottaging. When 20 contributions are received, Wipe is distributed to participants by mail.(text by Susan Hartigan)
Limited copies of WIPE 116 are available for sale for $20 US (including international p&p) email for further details.