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Caren Florance, Sharing Book Spaces, 2014

A Codex Australia 2014 symposium presentation. The Codex Australia symposium was held over the mornings of 1 and 2 March 2014, with a fine book fair following each afternoon. An account of it is published here.  This paper, the second of the six in the symposium, was a primarily visual presentation (as were all the others) and the text has been slightly edited for ease of reading. Three of the six presenters have their papers published here on Pretext: Monica OppenLyn Ashby and this one by Caren Florance.

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Monica Oppen: Hits & Misses, 2014

A Codex Australia 2014 symposium presentation. The Codex Australia symposium was held over the mornings of 1 and 2 March 2014, with a fine book fair following each afternoon. An account of it is published here.  This paper, the third of the six in the symposium, was a primarily visual presentation (as were all the others) and the text has been slightly edited for ease of reading. Three of the six presenters have their papers published here on Pretext: Caren Florance, Lyn Ashby and this one by Monica Oppen.

Hits and misses: the challenge of realizing and enhancing content through the book’s design and the choice of production processes and materials.

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Lyn Ashby: The Hall of Mirrors, 2014

A Codex Australia 2014 symposium presentation. The Codex Australia symposium was held over the mornings of 1 and 2 March 2014, with a fine book fair following each afternoon. An account of it is published here.  This paper, the sixth of the six in the symposium, was a primarily visual presentation (as were all the others) and the text has been slightly edited for ease of reading. Three of the six presenters have their papers published here on Pretext: Caren Florance, Monica Oppen and this one by Lyn Ashby.

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The Codex Australia Book Fair 2014

Codex Australia Book Fair, 2014

This account of the Codex Australia Book Fair was written soon after the March 2014 Codex Australia Symposium and Book Fair. By October 2014 Codex Australia was wound down, and no longer exists. Many articles that were on the Codex website are now on Pretext. Pretext would like to thank Codex Australia for their invaluable activities whilst operational.

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Sarah Bowen: Impact 8 talk, 2013

The Impact 8 printmaking conference, hosted by The University of Dundee in Scotland in 2013, was themed ‘Borders and Crossings: The Artist as Explorer’. Sarah Bowen attended and spoke about the Book Art Object project.

My own journey into the world of artists’ books started as a way to add something to my work.  I trained as a printmaker and I love printmaking, but I have found myself frustrated by the “flatland” of a two-dimensional work hung on a wall. Read more