This weekend sees us Battenburg girls getting on a train to Bristol to show our books and publications at Bristol Artists Book Event 2013 at the Arnolfini.
If you live nearby or are visiting the area, why don’t you come and drop by for a chat! We would love to meet you.
We are excited and very much looking forward to BABE 2013 at the Arnolfini in Bristol. Please come and say ‘hi’. It’d be lovely to meet you!
PAPER #4: Leanne Richardson & Lucy May Schofield
Exhibition Dates: 19 January – 9 March 2013
Private View: Friday 18 January 2013, 6-9pm
Opening Times: Saturdays 11-6pm
Lucy May Schofield’s practice in concerned with attempting to capture moments. Focussing on the overlooked, she is consistently drawn to documenting vulnerability. Her desire to memorialise the unspoken and make a record of mortality or place often manifest in the paintings, prints, books and installations she creates. In her new series ‘Souvenirs of Vulnerability’, presented in PAPER #4, Lucy pinpoints moments in relationships that expose the shift in balance of affection. She symbolises these moments through the portraiture of selected objects, objects that suggest and remind her of human fallibility, relationship failings, absolute clarity, each expressed honestly on paper with paint and ink.
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THIS WEEKEND! Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th November 2012
From: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Experience a 2 day workshop of 4 micro projects delivered on the mornings and afternoons of each day. You will be exploring and experimenting with the use of text and image to inspire new visual narratives. Using found text to create poems, your own images as muse for text rich works, 2 word stories to create a series of pictures, limitations of media to test and inspire new image making possibilities, and the poetics of found objects to create new ways of storytelling that will inform the way you go on to make your own publications. Using typewriters, lettraset and collage, you will come away from HBP with the confidence and enthusiasm to translate and develop your ideas into creative book works.