JANUARY MONTHLY OPEN STUDIO @ PROJECT SPACE, VANCOUVER (2016)

FERSUp45smallCROPJoin Project Space for the January Monthly Open Studio presentation of “Loose Agglomerations of Deconstructed Imagery”, a survey of collage publications that appeared during the 2015 Vancouver Art/Book Fair — curated by Stephane Bernard.

“Where and how does collage fit in at a book fair? Not surprisingly, collage as a creative technique has a similar presence in book form as it does on the exhibition circuit: battling for page or wall space along with photography, drawing and painting, with the added competition of literature and critical writing.” — Kolaj #14, p. 14.

The exhibit will bring together original works by Julie Doucet (Montreal), James MacSwain (Halifax) and James Kerr/Scorpion Dagger (Montreal), and several of the books and zines reviewed in the article will be available for purchase including:

fersu by T. Macmillan/H. Noriega/L. Shiveral (Late Cuts and Project Space Press: Vancouver, 2015)

The Adorable Little School of Art of Canada by Julie Doucet (Le Pantalitaire: Montreal, 2014), as well as other recent self-published titles.

Medusa by James MacSwain (Perro Verlag: Mayne Island BC, 2014), as well as other recent tiles produced in collaboration with Jo Cook.

The Capilano Review vol.1 no.1, as well as other issues featuring contemporary collage.

www.projectspace.ca 

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Suivez www.projectspace.ca pour le site Internet de PROJECT SPACE ou cliquez sur l’image ci-dessous pour plus d’information sur l’événement que j’ai commissarié ce mois-ci. Il s’agit d’une petite exposition basé sur l’article qui a paru dans le plus récent numéro de la revue Kolaj. 

(Images: Detail of fersu by Late Cuts/Project Space. Détail de la revue fersu publié par Late Cuts/Project Space.)

 

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