BABE 2021 | The Lost Weekend
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We’re delighted to bring the Bristol Artists Book Event back to Arnolfini. Due to ongoing Covid restrictions, it won’t be quite the same sort of big, crowded book fair that we’re used to but we are still able to bring you work by over 160 book artists from around the world, online.
Artist book-films for BABE
Bristol Artist’s Book Event at Arnolfini presents works by over 160 book artists and small publishers from around the world, online over the weekend.
Ranging from recorded talks from Australia to Mexico about international collections and exhibitions, through documentation of printing processes, to book-based performances and experimental short films, this is an amazing set of creative responses to what ‘digitising a book’, or ‘online reading’ might mean.
We have submissions of books and videos from artists and publishers in Australia, Argentina, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, UK & Ireland and the USA.
The films are available to view here from the 16 April 2021 and include work by:
ABC@UWE & The Poetry Machine (UK) ABPress (UK) Alexandra Czinczel – The Chinchilla (UK) AMBruno (UK) Andi McGarry – sunmoonandstarspress (Ireland) Andrew Morrison (UK) Angela Callanan (UK) Anna Juchnowicz (Poland) Aoife Barrett (Ireland) ARKIR – Book Arts Group (Iceland) Åsa Andersson (Sweden) Barbara A. Morton – Entropie Books (UK) Barbara Salvadori (UK) Batool Showghi (UK) Ben Jenner (UK) Book/Print Artist/Scholar of Color Collective – featuring: Irene Chan Ch’An Press (USA) and Radha Pandey (Norway) BA Hons Visual Communication, The Arts University Bournemouth (UK) Bristol Editions (UK) British Library (UK) Café Royal Books (UK) Camilla Gunnar (Finland) Carolyn Trant – Parvenu Press (UK) Cathey Webb (UK) Charlotte Biszewski – TYPA (Estonia) The Chevington Press (UK) Charlotte Hall – Eccentric Horace (UK) Christine Pereira-Adams (UK) Claire Gladstone (UK) Clare Rogers (UK) Codex Polaris (Norway) Conway & Young (UK) Corinne Welch (UK) Csilla Bíro (UK) Daniel Lehan (UK) David Armes – Red Plate Press (UK) David Solo (USA) Delpha Hudson (UK) La Dïéresis artisan publishers (Mexico) Dmitry Sayenko (Russia) Dorothea Fleiss (Germany) Edition Residencies (UK) Éditions Zitrone (France) Egidija Čiricaitė & George Cullen (UK) Eileen White (UK) Emily Artinian & Kaori Homma (USA) Elizabeth Willow (UK) Elliot Steele (UK) Erin K. Schmidt (USA) Eva Hejdström (Sweden) Eva Voutsaki (UK) Falmouth University MA Illustration Authorial Practice (UK) Felicity Bristow (UK) Fenneke Wolters-Sinke (UK) Field Study International (Australia) Finlay Taylor – Pupa Press (UK) Gaby Berglund Cárdenas & Bev Hayes (Sweden) Gin Saunders (UK) Gina Fowler (USA) Glenn Thomas (The Netherlands) Guy Bigland (UK) Hazel Grainger – HGmakes (UK) Hazel Pitre (UK) Helen Douglas – Weproductions (UK) Helen Fry (UK) HIVE (UK) Holly Birtles & Tim Burroughs (UK) Hormazd Narielwalla – Concentric Editions and EMH Arts (UK) Imi Maufe (Norway) Jac Batey – Ministry of Books (UK) Jane Savage (UK) Janet Allsebrook (UK) Jean McEwan (UK) Jeff Rathermel (USA) Jeremy Dixon – Hazard Press (UK) Jill Vigus (UK) Judy Kravis & Peter Morgan – Road Books (Ireland) Julie Johnstone – Essence Press (UK) Kate Bernstein (UK) Kate Morrell (UK) Kirsten Dietrich (Denmark) Kurt Johannessen (Norway) The Laurence Sterne Trust (UK) Lee Shearman – Ministry of Books, (UK) The Lemonade Press (UK) Leonie Bradley & Catherine Cartwright (UK) Lina Nordenström – GG Print Studio (Sweden) Linda Parr – Postcards for Perec (UK) Linda Toigo (UK) Lisa Davies (UK) Little Free Library / Street Road Artists Space (USA) Liver and Lights Scriptorium (UK) London Centre for Book Arts (UK) Magnus Irvin (UK) Majka Dokudowicz & Ioannis Anastasiou (Poland/Greece) Maria White (UK) Marian Crawford (Australia) Marilyn Tippett (UK) Marinus van Dijke (The Netherlands) Mark Burden (UK) Mark Pawson (UK) Megan Adie (Denmark) Mel Brown (UK) Mike Nicholson – Ensixteen Editions (UK) Mireille Ribière (UK) Mónica Goldstein (Argentina) North West Book Artists (UK) ottoGraphic (France) Pat Hodson (UK) Paul Cooke – Dubious Books (USA) Paula Roush (UK) Pauline Lamont-Fisher (UK) Peter Foolen Editions (The Netherlands) Petra Schulze-Wollgast – psw (Germany) Pineapple Falls (UK) Pist Protta (Denmark) Portland (International) Pot-Luck Book Works (UK) Pracownia Książki Artystycznej – UAP Poznań (Poland) Rachael Clerke (UK) Rachel Marsh – Semple Press (UK) Rachele Riviere (France) Rebecca Weeks Art (UK) Robert Good (UK) Roelof Bakker – Negative Press (UK) Ros Simms – Ministry of Books (UK) Sally Alatalo (USA) Salt+Shaw (UK) San Francisco Center for the Book (USA) Sara Elgerot (Sweden) Sarah Bodman & Chrystal Cherniwchan (UK) Sarah Bryant (USA) Scott McCarney (USA) Sheena Vallely (UK) Sophie Artemis (UK) Stephen Fowler (UK) Sue McLaren (UK) Sue Vallance (UK) Tamar MacLellan & Philippa Wood (UK) The Book Band (UK) Tim Mosely (Australia) Tim O’Riley (UK) Tim Shore (UK) Timglaset Editions (Sweden) Ton Martens (The Netherlands) Tracey Bush (UK) Tricia Treacy, Denise Bookwalter & Aaron Cohick (USA) Uniformbooks (UK) Viktlösheten Press (Sweden) Wild Pansy Press (UK) Yasushi Cho – NIKKOO / Laughter (Japan) yellowfields (UK) YuIzdat/ЮИздат Publishing House (Russia) Zine Without a Crown (Poland)
Joining in online
In addition, we have a writing workshop by Egidija Čiricaitė, a printing demonstration by the Lemonade Press, and a paper cutting workshop for families by Linda Toigo. Plus there will be book-based creative prompts and invitations to respond to by Julie Johnstone and Maria White, Sarah Bodman, Tom Sowden, Angie Butler, and Emily Artinian – check them out, and share your responses online.
BABE is organised by Sarah Bodman, Angie Butler, Phil Owen and Tom Sowden (Centre for Fine Print Research, School of Art & Design UWE Bristol and Arnolfini).
Tuesday, 6th April 2021 to Sunday, 20th June 2021, 07:00 to 21:00
Artist Linda Toigo shows us how to create a world out of paper and card!
BABE 2021 | The Lost Weekend
Saturday, 17th April 2021, 14:00 to 16:30
Using metaphors of water, rain, snow, this workshop will explore imagistic aspects of the material and immaterial word.