Self-Published, Melbourne

Janenne Eaton
FENCES B/ORDERS WALLS

Catalogue of Janenne Eaton’s solo exhibition FENCES B/ORDERS WALLS, exhibited at TCB, Melbourne, in March 2016. The catalogue is designed by Simon McGlinn with an accompanying text by Georgina Criddle.

All proceeds go to RISE (Refugees Survivors and Ex-detainees).
link: http://riserefugee.org/

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University Construction
David Homewood, Bronté Lambert (Eds.)

 

University Construction was a one-day exhibition by David Homewood and Bronté Lambert. The exhibition was open from 11am to 7pm on 23 June 2015. It was held in a classroom of John Medley Building at the University of Melbourne. The exhibition presented a variety of readymade, found and modified objects—many sourced from the University campus—in geometric configurations on the classroom floor, accompanied by a flyer and information sheet.

The publication University Construction serves as a record of the exhibition. It includes photographs of the exhibition, along with scans of the flyer and information sheet. The publication also includes More Minor Constructions, a series of photographs taken several weeks after the exhibition closed, in the classroom where the exhibition was held.

The publication serves a documentary function; it also builds a discursive context around the exhibition. It features texts by David Homewood, Helen Johnson, Paris Lettau and Elizabeth Newman. The texts draw out ideas, issues and themes related to the exhibition, directly and indirectly. Each text engages an old question that continues to exert a hold on the present—the question of the relationship between art and the university, and the university and art.

Editor: David Homewood
Sub-editor: Bronté Lambert
Copy-editors: Michael Ascroft, Helen Hughes and Audrey Schmidt
Designers: David Homewood and Matt Hinkley
Photographer: Christo Crocker

Published in an edition of 100 copies.

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Alex Selenitsch
four 4-colour books

 

Artist book edition published in an edition of 32 hand-numbered copies. Each edition is made up of 4 hand-sewn books in a plastic file. Each book comprises 16 pages of cut/folded coloured papers presenting a colour narrative: four pastel ‘primaries’ making colour tableaux, introduced and closed off by black and white covers.

The coloured pages are assembled from A3 sheets which have been halved: accurately in two cases (straight line orthogonal and straight line incline) or approximately (sinusoidal and horizontal tear). The cut-outs on the cover hint at the kind of division or halving that the coloured sheets have been subjected to. Both halves are used in the edition of each book, so that each edition of 32 copies with 4 folded sheets (giving 16 pages) uses 64 sheets. For the approximate cuts (sinusoidal and horizontal tear), there is some variation inside the edition.

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GA TG
Brotherhood Sisterhood

“Brotherhood Sisterhood”, produced in Melbourne in 2015, by GA and TG.

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