Thursday, March 11, 2010

Field Study Projects 2010

KART - magazine of multiplicity

KART is an edition of original artworks in a handcrafted folio box.

Curated by David Dellafiora at Karingal Community Living, KART is produced in limited editions of 40, each box containing 15 artworks.

You are invited to contribute to KART

Artists, writers, graphic designers, students, print makers, cartoonists, photographers, badge and zine makers, mail artists and members of the community are invited to contribute to KART.

To participate, send:

·               40 x artworks (originals or multiples)

·               postcard size or smaller (16 x 11 cm x .25 cm)

KART-  David Dellafiora, PO Box 1838 Geelong, VIC 3220, Australia

Artist contributing 40 artworks will be sent a copy of KART.

KART is an on going project and issues will be regularly produced.


Light-Weight Bookwork

Please send 40 sheets of printed toilet tissue. Open theme and technique, rubber-stamp,ectc.

No organic materials or traces please.

On going project, no deadline. Edition made every 20 participants. Copy of edition send to all taking part. Max size: 14cm x 11cm.

Send to: Field Study, P.O.Box 1838 Geelong, VIC 3220 Australia



Re – a prefix indicating repetition.

Site – the place where some activity or event takes place.

ReSite is a new assembling publication with a difference. All pages are to be conceived as having an element of audience participation or interaction. Works could take the form of scores, instructions, or interventions to be realized by the reader.

Send 40 copies size 21cm x14.8cm (A5). Copies have to be flat and landscape format. Please leave 2cms on the left hand side for the binding.

ReSite is an on going project, issue made every 20 participants.

Send to: Field Study, P.0.Box 1838 Geelong, VIC 3220 Australia

(Please note: Apart from Field Study Publications sent as gifts/ exchange, spare copies are also sold to institutions and artistbook collectors. Field Study is a non-profit project and all monies rised are ploughed back into the Field for future projects.)

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