23 Feb 2022: Angie Butler – These books of handwork and hybridity remember the body…

Through studying and working with poets, printers, artists, designers and others across a series of projects in the UK, Europe and the USA, Angie has identified particular methodologies and methods of application by individual practitioners who use letterpress printing to make their artists’ books. These methods are important to document and establish benchmarks and standards as part of the tradition of good studio practice in an expanding field. A baseline for assessing the physical and psychological relationship of the practitioner to their equipment and the commitment to the practice of letterpress printing within artists’ books practice.

This discussion considers that contemporary artist-publishing activities that employ the letterpress process, are embedded in how practitioners articulate their bodies and senses to engage with materials, equipment, and presses to develop their work.


Joining the seminar

Use this link to join the seminar: https://live.remo.co/e/cfpr-lunchtime-seminar-23rd-febr

Advance registration is not required.

The platform will open at 12.30 and the talk will close at 13.15.

There will be time for a Q&A with the speakers.

The seminar takes place on the virtual conferencing platform Remo. Remo aims to encapsulate the feeling of attending a networking event, classroom or workshop. You will be asked to login with an email address before joining.

The platform works best if accessed via Chrome on a desktop computer or laptop. It is also accessible on a phone but it isn’t currently compatible with a tablet.

Please refer to Remo’s information about compatible operating systems and browsers. You can check your browser and operating system access in advance of the event here.  A YouTube tutorial for using Remo is available here.

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