Friday, February 24, 2017


KART Magazine Of Multiplicity
Welcome to the 76th issue of KART, an instant art collection in a box! This issue was launched at Sticky ‘s Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair at Melbourne Town Hall on the 12th February.

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 16 contributors!

KART is published as collaboration between Karingal and Field Study International.  
 David Dellafiora February 2017
A limited number of KART 76 are available for sale, $20 US (price includes P+P), please email before ordering as numbers are very limited.

Australia David Dellafiora • David Fielding • Marianne Midelburg France Nada Zero Germany Angela Behrendt • Siggi Liersch • Ute Mescher • Peter Müller • Jürgen O. Olbrich Italy Daniele Virgilio Netherlands Magda Lagerwerf Spain Antonio Gomez • Alfonso Aguado Ortuño UK Gina Ulgen • Helen C A Rowlands USA John M. Bennett

Monday, February 13, 2017

Festival of The Photocopier Zine Fair 2017

Festival of The Photocopier Zine Fair 2017
12th February, Melbourne Town Hall, Australia
Field Study Publications (David Dellafiora) No Frills Art Publications (Glen Smith) Photo: Susan Hartigan

Thursday, February 9, 2017

WIPE 102 is published

Vizma Bruns . David Dellafiora
R.F. Cõté
Anna Karina Fries . Siggi Liersch
OBA Mail Art Group . Jurgen O.Olbrich
Katerina Nikoltsou
Giovanni Strada
Magda Lagerwerf
Antonio Gomez. Joaquin Gomez
Paco Vila Guillé . Beltrán Laguna
Alfonso Aguado Ortuño
Cascadia Artpost . John M.Bennett
Phillip Lerche 

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 102 are available for sale for $20 US (including international p&p) email for further details.