Common Territories opens at the Zampelas Museum of Art, Nicosia, Cyprus. 30 March – 21 April 2018

Common Territories opens at the Zampelas Museum of Art, Nicosia, Cyprus. The exhibition will stay open from 30 March till 21st of April 2018.   PRESS RELEASE. In July 2016 Simon Pruciak and Alexandra Reddaway started their one year, round-the-world by motorbike journey. The journey started in Brazil, South America, and having traveled 45 000 km across 40 countries and 4 continents in July 2017 the couple successfully completed a full circumnavigation of the planet. This one year long Journey was also a research project. With support from the University for the Creative Arts (UK) the objective is to explore …

Common Territories book chosen for EINA, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art, Barcelona Artist Book Fair.

Common Territories book has been chosen for the 20th INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS’ BOOK FAIR 2018 21 April 2018, 11am-8pm at EINA, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art. Print.ed is a specialist book fair dedicated to singular publications, incorporating all works published that explore the idea of the book in its many possible forms. The fair will be a day event coinciding with the major artist’s book festival Ars Llibris and the festivities of Sant Jordi, which has a particular significance as the Day of the Book but also the day of the patron saint of Catalonia.

Common Territories book has been chosen for the 20th INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS’ BOOK FAIR 2018 SATURDAY 3 – SUNDAY 4 MARCH 2018. The longest running artists’ book fair outside of London celebrates its 20th anniversary. Throughout its history, the Fair has attracted national and international participation and welcomed thousands of visitors from across the UK. Held at The Tetley since 2014 co-curated with PAGES, the Fair is set to be the biggest yet and coincides with The Hepworth Wakefield’s Print Fair on the same weekend. More details available here.    

Common Territories book chosen for Theoretical Archeology Group Conference exhibition

Common Territories book has been chosen for Theoretical Archeology Group Conference exhibition which takes place at Cardiff University from 18th-20th of December 2017. The exhibition features contemporary artists who explore space, place and landscape. There is a varied array of visual mediums used in the show. It has opened up an opportunity to reflect on the temporal relationships between image specificity – making process – finite outcome – object/subject tensions. The Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) was founded as a national body in 1979 with the aim of promoting debate and discussion of issues in theoretical archaeology. Its principal activity is …

Common Territories book chosen for All Inked Up International Artist Book Fair

Common Territories book has been chosen to be presented at All Inked Up International Artist Book Fair, part of the Canterbury Arts Festival and Folkestone Fringe. The Event will feature over 30 Internationally recognised Book Arts from Spain, South Korea, Japan, Holland, Germany, Portugal, Ireland as well as the U.K; the work of Staff and Students from European Universities, Barcelona, Breda Holland, Scotland and England as well as local Galleries, studios and artists within the South East such as Resort Studio’s, Crate, Intra, Limbo and Folkestone’s Creative Quarter.   All inked up poster