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.



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.)