UCA CANTERBURY ARTIST BOOK PROJECT
at CRATE and Turner Contemporary, with workshops at CRATE and other locations.
Open at CRATE: Friday 3rd February – Sunday 4th March 2018
Private view : 6 - 9pm, Saturday 3rd February 2018 with The Waste Land read by Dr Ian Jones
Opening hours: Friday - Sunday, 12 noon - 4pm
Also on view at Turner Contemporary Clore Studio
Visit: 3rd – 4th & 24th - 25th February & 4th March – 7th May 2018
Details of workshops below
Staff and students from UCA Canterbury will be using the artist book as a means of exploring themes located within The Waste Land, the poem by T.S. Eliot written partly in Margate. The project is an artwork and mobile bookcase in one, populated with books, zines, pamphlets to sculptural objects.
Part of the CRATE spring 2018 program running alongside Journeys with 'The Waste Land’at Turner Contemporary.
A free public program of events will be open to all and free to attend.
CRATE will become a curatorial space where books made during the research period for ‘Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’ will be put into context with other experimental works being created by the staff and students in response to the poem and will link with events to be hosted at UCA Canterbury (details to follow). This series of workshops at CRATE during the four-week period from 3 February – 4 March 2018 will show ways of experimenting using artist book making, as a means of interpreting the poem.
Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th February, 12 noon - 4pm
Screen print workshop creating an installation from screen prints onto Cardboard boxes with Rob McDonald UCA Lecturer
Multi-Media event and Artist Books Gad About Margate
with Ian Bottle, UCA lecturer, & UCA students. (locations to be announced)
Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th February 2018, 12 noon - 4pm
Presenting artist books along with projection, performance and installation
A heap of broken images Closing event
Saturday 3rd March, 12 noon – 4pm
The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot read by Dr Ian Jones
The presentation of new material generated through the ‘Different Voices’ UCA project by Staff and Students and members of the public participating in workshops.
Image: Artist Book; Ian Bottle (Photograph Rob MacDonald 2018)