Tags: Magic Johnston, Motto Melbourne, Papertrail, Surpllus
Tags: paper view, Wiels
Tags: Kreis 4 + 5, Perla Mode
Tags: Again A Time Machine, Spike Isanld
Again, A Time Machine ends with a bang as the galleries are taken over by purveyors of artists’ books, zines and other ephemera. Over thirty international publishers, artists’ projects and collectives working across the fields of art, design, illustration, literature, philosophy and politics descend on Bristol for this very special event.
A series of workshops, screenings, talks and impromptu reading groups punctuate the day and extend into the evening. These include The Happy Hypocrite: Miniature Essay, a series of collaborative performances co-hosted by Maria Fusco and Spike Associates. Carlisle/Bristol based record label Motive Sounds provides musical entertainment till late. Free posters, part of Jonathan Monk’s A Poster Project, are available to pick up for one day only, and you can contribute your own work to the day’s events: submissions of text and images are invited for publication through Steven Paige’s Bibliophile project.
12-5pm, Gallery 2
Artists’ Book and Zine Fair
Åbäke/Dent-De-Leone, AND Publishing, Banner Repeater, Bedford Press, Bibliophile/Steven Paige, Book Works, Cultural Democracy Editions, Eastside Projects, Francesco Pedraglio, Gagarin, G39/WARP, Invisible Books, Homeland, InterCity MainLine, LemonMelon, Malgras|Naudet/Magnus Quaife, Motive Sounds, Motto Berlin, Marbled Reams, Mute, Occasional Papers, Pil and Galia Kollectiv, The Piracy Project, Plenty Projects/Bridget Crone, Radical Philosophy, Spike Associates, Transmission Publications, Toby Huddlestone, Torpedo Press, Urbanomic, Zero Books, 2HB, and Jonathan Monk’s A Poster Project
Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX, UK
Motto Books at The Fair
The Waldorf Hotel
Room 129 (with Fillip)
June 2 – June 5, 2011
Tags: corner college, Motto Zürich
Join us at the Last Zürich Zine Sezession on the 12th of December at Perla Mode, Zürich.
More than 40 publishers are presenting their work:
Ampel Magazin, Luzern
Eric Andersen, Zürich
Automatic Books, Venezia
Beni Bischof, St. Gallen
Boa Books, Genève
Café Royale, Southport
Detektiv Bureau, Luzern
Duke Press, London
Edition Taube, Stuttgart
For Further Information, London
Für Immer, Zürich
Hakuin Verlag, Zürich
Hannes Gloor, Zürich
Innen Zines, Budapest
Islands Fold, Victoria
King Matto, Aarau
Je suis une Bande de Jeunes, Paris
Kodoji Press, Baden
Larry’s, New York/Berlin
Marsplastik , Zürich
Me and my Friends, London
Multi Press, Hamburg
Retard Rio, New York
Rollo Press, Zürich
Somewhere Sometimes, Milano
The Kingsboro Press, New York
The Meta Press, Zürich
Turbo Magazine, Biel
Westphalie Verlag, Berlin/Wien
In addition to the book presentations:
‘Sister’, by Harsh Patel
A long-time project by Los Angeles based zine maker, Harsh Patel will be displayed in the basement of Perla Mode.
‘Grosi’ by Walter Seiler Junior
A 20 minute long puppet show telling the story of a young man reflecting on his own life.
‘Beyond modern and Postmodern’
The Work of the Hungarian artist László László Révész, by Christian Zillner
Book launch of a new title published by innen, from Christian Zillner.
There will be a conversation between the artist and the author, as well as a video projection from László László Révész.
Drawings from the artist will also be on display.
The project is co-organized by Motto Zürich and Corner College.