Monthly Archives: August 2009


Prescriptions on display. Impressions from the opening … The empty spaces on the wall are because visitors are allowed to pick their favourite prescription – take it from the wall – and bring it home. For free. In total we … Continue reading

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On Prescription

No breaking news propably – we live in a society concerned with physical phenomenon and material manifestations: Money, materialism and matter always seem to outmanoeuvre consciousness and spirituality for instance! And the division between body and soul still seem to … Continue reading

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Southern Cross University Library

Today opens the 5th Annual Southern Cross University Acquisitive Artists’ Book Award Hosted by Barratt Galleries. Alstonville, NSW Australia. The exhibition is opened by Tara, who I met last year in Korea – while Julie – who I also met … Continue reading

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Invitation to CLOSURE – an exhibition of experimental Altered and Artists’ Books curated by Melanie Bush (The University of Northampton) and Dr Emma Powell (De Montfort University) Remember this?  It can be seen at the Preview today. See more here.

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Come on – let´s play!

Preparing for a new artists´ book collaboration with Artrovert. This time we have decided to use plain brown paperbags as pages, and sort of emerge ourselves from the bags. Revealing our individual true inner nature…(?!) Emilie helped me take the photos … Continue reading

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London in my veins

Why is it always so much easier to feel totally and 100% alive when breaking your daily routines? Why does your eyes, ears and every sense – even your breathing – become so quickly affected by experiencing change? How come we … Continue reading

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