Next time someone asks me ‘what is Book Art’ I’ll refer them to this diagram by Clive Phillpot.
- art: Work usually produced by the use of skill and creative imagination.
- book: Set of sheets usually fastened together along one edge and trimmed on the other edges.
- art book: Book of which an artist, or art, is the subject.
- artist book: Book of which an artist is the author.
- artist’s book: Book belonging to an artist.
- book object: Artwork that only alludes to the book form, or, a bok rendered unusable as part of an artwork.
- book arts: Crafts utilised in the making of books.
- book art: Artworks that utilise books or the book form.
- bookwork: Artwork dependent upon the structure of the book, or, a book that supports or cotains an artwork.
Kótun Viktor (ed.): Paint It Black! Budapest Catalog, No. 1, Plágium2000, Budapest, 2014
David Dellafiora (ed.): ReSite, No. 8, Vol.2
ReSite is an assembling publication where pages have an element of audience participation or interaction. ReSite is part of the tradition of Fluxus editions where anyone can perform an action or score. In addition to this performance-based approach, ReSite taps into the rich tradition of the avant-garde with contributions of manifestos and documentation of art actions.
ReSite encourages participation by writers and musicians to produce visual scores and manifestos as well as continuing the call for contributions by conceptual artists. Please pass on the word to anyone who would like to be in future issues.
David Dellafiora, June 2014
Alwina UK Vittore Baroni Italy Horst Baur China John M. Bennett USA Angela Behrendt Germany JF Chapelle FranceDavid Dellafiora Australia Joaquin Gomez Spain Uli Grohmann Germany Susan Hartigan Australia Magda Lagerwerf The Netherlands Serse Luigetti Italy Sonja Benskin Mesher UK Peter Müller Germany Andrew Maximilian Niss Germany Cheryl Penn South Africa Lubomyr Tymkiv Ukraine Kotun Viktor Hungary Daniele Virgilio Italy
check out other pages from this publication at David Dellafiora’s blog:
Earlier issue of this assembling publication on this blog:
Hajdu Zsolt: Mi itt várunk / We Are Waiting Here
Hajdu Zsolt had been shooting a large collection of dogs waiting at the shop entrance for their human masters. His photos are available at one of his blogs: http://csicskakep.tumblr.com/. This booklet was made to publish a drawing selection of the artist.
Juan Carlos Romero / Augusto de Campos / Clemente Padín / Jorge Caraballo / Moacy Cirne / Hilda Paz / Araceli Zúniga / Elías Adasme / Jesús Romeo Galdámez / Sergio Monteiro de Almeida / José Roberto Sechi / Silvio De Gracia / Philadelpho Menezes / Tulio Restrepo / Avelino de Araújo / Antonio Cares / Paulo Bruscky / Hugo Pontes / Nei Leandro de Castro / César Espinosa / Álvaro de Sá / Haroldo de Campos / Dámaso Ogaz / Edgardo Antonio Vigo / Décio Pignatari / Wlademir Dias-Pino / León Ferrari / Grupo Escombros / Guillermo Deisler /
HOTEL DaDA 8 POESÍA VISUAL LATINOAMERICANA fue presentada en el marco de la VI Feria del Libro de la Ciudad de Junín, el miércoles 8 de setiembre, en el Auditorio del MUMA, el Museo Municipal de Arte. Además, la publicación integró la muestra “Libros de Artista” Argentinos Colección Juan Carlos Romero, del 1 al 30 de octubre, en la Biblioteca Pública de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata, como parte de la 1° Bienal Universitaria de Arte y Cultura
Beside the collaboration with Luc Fierens there is two collaboration in progress. One between Kotun Viktor and Reed Altemus and a tribute issue of the new assembling publication, Budapest Catalog! The theme of the first issue is: Paint It Black!
See two links from artists in exchange / collaboration with Plágium2000: