Posts Tagged ‘impact press’

in the blue notebook

April 20, 2018

Philippa and Tamar MacLellan – a regular contributor to the Caseroom catalogue, recently submitted a co-written essay to The Blue Notebook Journal Vol 12, No.2– (published by Impact Press).
The article examines the collaborative practice of Tamar MacLellan and Philippa Wood through three of their most recent artists’ book projects. Having taken the decision to undertake new ways of working, the aim is to share something of this journey drawing upon pivotal WordPress blog posts which enabled the sharing and exchanging of individual, intellectual and emotional responses within the development of each project.
A big thank you to Sarah Bodman for publishing it, and our thanks too to Angie Butler who proof-read the first draft and offered invaluable feedback.

http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/news/#bluenotebook

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the slowest train in the world

June 4, 2013

train

Philippa was recently asked by Tom Sowden from UWE in Bristol, and who is the art editor of the Artist’s Book Yearbook, to produce a piece of artwork for one of the 10 artist’s pages in the next edition of this biennial publication (edited by Sarah Bodman and published by Impact Press).

covers

Naturally she said yes. However with a holiday already booked, this means there is approximately 16 days to complete and dispatch the work; therefore work began today on the 14.29 train from Rotherham to Lincoln… watch this space for more details.

http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/bookpub.htm