Friday, February 28, 2014

Friday, February 7, 2014

Field Study postbox 8/2/2014

 Letters to the ghosts of Julian Beere Field Study Emanation by Julian Beere, UK for the 2013 Field Report

Edition for KART by Kerosene, Canada
Editions for both KART and Wipe, plus printed booklet by Serse Luigetti, Italy

 Mail Art Makes The World A Town, assembling book N0.10, Cheryl Penn, South Africa

Centennial G.A.Cavellini Artistamps Folio, E.O.N.Archive Vittore Baroni, Italy

Sunday, February 2, 2014

KART 46- Dawn of a new issue!

KART Magazine Of Multiplicity

Welcome to the 46th issue of KART, an instant art collection in a box! 

KART magazine is an assembling publication created to promote 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 is a bumper issue with 18 makers contributing! KART will be on display at the Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair at Melbourne Town Hall on 9th February at the Field Study Publications stand.

David Dellafiora (curator) February 2014

Australia: David Dellafiora • Noel Gwosdezki • David Learmonth • Marianne Midelburg • Jason Richards • Jiri Tibor Novák • Jack Oudyn • Zoe Snyder Germany: Angela Behrendt • Siggi Liersch • Peter Müller • Jürgen O. Olbrich Netherlands: Magda Lagerwerf Spain: Joaquin Gomez Ukraine: Lubomyr Tymkiv UK: Sonja Benskin Mesher USA: John M. Bennett • Carol Stetser

A limited number of KARTs are available for sale for $20 US (includes international p&p) email for further details

WIPE No.79 hot of the press!

David Dellafiora . Peter Kingston
Anna Banana . Diane Bertrand . R.F. Cõté
Ceravolo Valérie
Siggi Liersch . Peter Müller . PLG
Jurgen O.Olbrich
Katerina Nikoltsou
Vittore Baroni . Silvano Pertone
Giovanni Strada
Magda Lagerwerf
Joaquin Gomez
Sonja Benskin Mesher . Alan Turner
John M.Bennett . Laura Dunn
Otto David Sherman
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 79 are available for sale for $20 US (including international p&p) email for further details.