TRUST MAGAZINE ISSUE 1 – FLEXIBILITY’S LAUNCH @ DITTO PRESS
Akoya Books and Ditto Press (London, United Kingdom) are glad to introduce you to Trust Magazine Issue 1 – Flexibility (2014). A bookazine curated, printed and handbound by Federica Cornelli. The launch’s exhibition showcased artworks by Nina Cristante, Riyo Nemeth and Daniel Swan. Music by Nkisi (NON). Curation by Federica Cornelli.
OPENING WEDNESDAY 26 MARCH 7 – 9:30 PM
EXHIBITION 25 MARCH – 2 APRIL 2015
TRUST MAGAZINE ISSUE 1 PREVIEW @ SLOPES
Find Trust Magazine Issue 1 – Flexibility on preview display at SLOPES gallery (Melbourne, Australia), in occasion of TABULARIUM, an exhibition curated by Alana Kushnir.
The exhibition also featured works by: Jon Rafman, Ry David Bradley, Heman Chong and Anthony Marcellini, Rachel De Joode, Katja Novitskova, Lawrence Lek Studio, Tom Penney and many others.
OPENING WEDNESDAY 20 AUGUST 6 – 8PM
EXHIBITION 21 AUGUST – 13 SEPTEMBER 2014
DISCUSSION EVENT 27 AUGUST 6 PM
SCREENING EVENT 6 SEPTEMBER 12 PM
“There is little evidence which attests to the existence in ancient and medieval times of an impulse to concentrate certain types of information by different creators in a single physical place. One of the few exceptions to this is indicated by the survival of the Tabularium, a building which was constructed in around 78 BCE to house official legal documents of the ancient Roman State. In the so-called Information Age, archives have again become less physically concentrated, as information is gathered and preserved using data centres which are geographically dispersed. Yet despite the liberal aura which surrounds this mode of distribution, the cultivation of some cultural narratives and the disregard of others continues. Does this mean that the Tabularium still exists, albeit in a virtual form?”. In addition to presenting works in the gallery space and online at http://www.slopesprojects.org, the exhibition will also feature the first iteration of the Tabularium Archive, an ongoing project by Alana Kushnir which collects and preserves publications by artists, curators and writers that have an online ethos but which are not available in digital form.
TRUST MAGAZINE ISSUE 0 – ART THERAPY’S LAUNCH @ Ti Pi Tin
Akoya Books and Ti Pi Tin (London, United Kingdom) are glad to introduce you to Trust Magazine Issue 0 – Art Therapy (2013). A bookazine curated, printed and handbound by Federica Cornelli.
9 JULY 2013
Music by FELICITA (PC Music)