Nick Relph

Bulletins of the Serving Library #6
Stuart Bailey, Angie Keefer, David Reinfurt (Eds.)

This issue poses as a retroactive non-catalog for the group exhibition “White Petals Surround Your Yellow Heart” at the Institute for Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania curated by Anthony Elms. As such, its nominal theme is Fashion. Bulletins from the edges of that world are from Angie Keefer, Robin Kinross, Joke Robaard, Brian Eno, Nick Relph, Eli Diner, Chris Fite-Wassilak, Stuart Bailey, Sarah Demeuse, Adloph Loos, Kuki Shûzô, Sanya Kantarovsky, and Perri MacKenzie.

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*95 (In Paris, the Outsiders Are Officially In)
Ian Hundley, Marc Hundley, Nick Relph

Limited edition booklet printed on the occasion of the exhibition “*95 (In Paris, the Outsiders Are Officially In)” organised by Rainoff at Neon Parc, Melbourne, 07 March – 31 March 2012.

The exhibition features the works of New York based artists Ian Hundley, Marc Hundley, and Nick Relph.

Printed in an edition of 300.

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Nick Relph
Vestiarium Scoticum

The Vestiarium Scoticum was originally published in a small edition in 1842 by brothers John Sobieski Stuart and Charles Edward Stuart, who had ingratiated themselves into Scottish society by claiming to be descendants of Bonnie Prince Charlie. The tartans featured were purportedly taken from a document from 1721 which itself was a copy of an orginal manuscript dating back to the 16th century. This was presented as historical proof of the connection between tartans and family clans, a link that previously had no record. The brothers claims were later found to be totally untrue — the Stuarts had in fact designed many of the supposedly ancient designs themselves, tartans now claimed as authentic by manufacturers and families alike.

The tartans contained within this book were sourced from digital versions uploaded to the Vestarium Scoticum Wikipedia page in 2007 by someone calling themselves Celtus. At the time of printing, Celtus is no longer active on Wikimedia Commons (the branch of Wikipedia that handles media files) and as such is considered a ‘retired editor’.

Printed on a Risograph, this edition supplements the subtractive process colors Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (Black) typically used in printing with Red, Green and Blue — the components of the additive color model, the partitive mixing of the computer screen and the dominant colors of the tartans herein.

Printed and bound by Knust/Extrapool in Nijmegen, The Netherlands and Published by KLTB, Brooklyn, in an edition of 500.

Available with Red, Green or Blue covers.

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Dot Dot Dot #20

Issue 20, in which Dot Dot Dot tries—finally—to be as direct as possible about 
what it’s come to stand for and what it thinks it’s gonna do about it.

Includes:
– A NOTE ON THE TYPE by Dexter Sinister
– IT IS ONLY WHEN ONE MANAGES TO SOMEHOW GAIN A GREAT HEIGHT … by Dexter Sinister (and others)
– TOWARDS AN INTUITIVE UNDERSTANDING OF THE FOURTH DIMENSION (CONTINUED) compiled by David William
– ONE MODEL FOR CULTURAL PRODUCTION by Pablo Lafuente
-THE LONG TAIL by Mark Leckey
– TUESDAY by F.R. David
– DEAR TUESDAY by The Blind Man
– SURPLUS TO REQUIREMENTS by Francesco Manacorda
– A WALK IN THIN AIR by Dieter Roelstraete
– A HALF-OPEN LETTER from Mike Sperlinger
– AN OPEN LETTER from Rudolf Delson
– ANOTHER OPEN LETTER from Stuart Bailey
– RGB & CMYK related (in B/W) by Nick Relph
– IF YOU STUCK A TAG ON THEM … by Stuart Bailey
– DUCK, RABBIT, ETC. by Angie Keefer
– R.I.P. by Mark Owens
– X-RAY SPECS compiled by James Langdon
plus
– THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE Chapter 32 by Will Holder
and
– MITIM KAPPA by Radim Peško, used to set the following
– FINAL WORDS by Stuart Bailey

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