The up-side of getting up super early to get my daughter to the train station when it is still cold and dark is being able to see the sun rise over the horizon (after filing in and out of the constant stream of headlights). The sun isn't showing itself around here until just after 6am at the moment and disappearing around 5.30pm. Lovely, short, cool & sunny days. BLISS.
Tuesday, 6 May 2014
I am currently working on another edition for the project. This time pamphlet stitch books as part of a collaborative trade between Artist Book 3.0 members. For this latest edition I am incorporating lino prints with the subject of refugees/boat people.
I think this will be the final call of works for the project as the exhibition is imminent and Cheryl will reach her goal of 500 (?) books by the conclusion of this latest collaboration.
The most recent book I contributed was "After All", a concertina fold book about the final silence which awaits us all. A bit of a dreary subject, but don't we all love a bit of melodrama now and then?! Unfortunately, I forgot to take a photo of the cover before I sent it off into the never, never.
(Deep into to that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before)
along with images of gravestones, dodos, skeletons and the like - all symbols of memento mori and eternal demise.
The other books I have contributed:
You are my everything......