Bound by Silence

‘and all of the spaces inbetween’ will be in this exhibition of artists’ books at SUNY Cortland, New York State from March 12th to April 6th. A catalogue will accompany the exhibition. Exhibiting artists: Dean Ebben, Jennifer Grimyser, Candance Hicks, Christopher K. Ho, Alison Knowles, Jessica Lagunas, Dani Leventhal, Barbara Rosenthal, Buzz Spector, Emily Speed. …

Lost is Found: A Collection of Artists’ Discoveries

Cornerhouse Manchester 14 January – 19 February 2012 Jon Barralough · Mark Beecroft · Andrea Booker · Eileen O’Rourke · Jessa Fairbrother · Richard Proffitt · Lucy Ridges · Emily Speed · Cherry Tenneson Cornerhouse is delighted to present Lost is Found, a group show of nine artists’ work exploring the beauty of the disposed …

The Emely Cafe and Reading on wheels

Last week I finished working in Cambridge after building a pod structure on wheels. I had a great time getting on with some constructing and also chatting to artist Rosalie Schweiker, who is running the ‘Emely Cafe’ at Aid & Abet at the moment. The ‘Reading Space’ that I made was especially for Kobo Abe’s …

Small Scale Survival

Aid & Abet launch their new, exciting space opposite Cambridge Station this week with Small Scale Survival. The other artists have been working in the space for a week or two and I am due to visit on Wednesday with some maquettes and zines to add to the opening show. I will make another visit …

Textures of Time

Textures of Time Frederick Parker Gallery 41 Commercial Road, Whitechapel, E1 1LA London, United Kingdom 8th April- 14th April 2011 Monday to Friday 10am – 6pm The MA course ‘Curating the Contemporary’, taught jointly by London Metropolitan University and the Whitechapel Gallery, is pleased to announce the exhibition Textures of Time. Artists: Nicole Bachmann, Jeremy …

Little Plug

Mercy have put Cardboard Folly in their top five collaborative projects of the year in an article that’s just been published on creativetimes.co.uk. Flattered. I should also take the opportunity to apologise for not having a PDF of it online yet. Each issue takes a couple of hours to assemble, so the poor artists have …