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26 November

Just back from Miss Read, KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin

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The Piracy Project at the New York Art Book Fair
Great review by Orit Gat on Rhizome

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2nd November

Temporary Reading Room at the New York Art Book Fair

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22nd October

We brought back many contributions from NY, check for new updates on our catalogue in the following days.)


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26th July

A Play of the Book Great Ideas "Why I Write - George Orwell" by Alison Ballance

Cover - Scanned copy of 9780141019000 first page (amended). Inside - Full body of George Orwell's
"Why I write" laid out in play form.

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26th July

Professionalisation by Scott Massey

A google search was done using the term "Professionalisation of the artist". I selected 5 results that
provided an argument of some kind either for or against the subject.

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26th July

Arboreal by Sjoerd Knibbeler and Rob Wetzer

A visual 'reader', which consists of images by professional photojournalists taken from various press
agencies websites. By adding our own index and structure, we want to raise questions about power,
legacy and self-promotion and the way nature is cultivated to do so. This reader is part of a larger,
ongoing documentary project about the ways we relate to our natural environment. It's main subject
are trees and we use mainly photography and video to research the ways in which they represent a
social construct. The project is called The Bonsai Project.