Artist Self-Publishers’ Fair II @ ICA, Sep 10

9 September 2016

Artist Self-Publishers’ Fair II is taking place at London’s ICA on September 10.

Following on from the success of the inaugural Artist Self-Publishers’ Fair in 2015, this year brings over seventy UK and international independent artist self-publishers for the one-day fair. The second incarnation is bigger, features artist self-publishers only, and “continues to avoid the restrictions and market dominance of much contemporary arts culture”.

The publications are considered art works, however, affordable and available, with “the ideas, images and text produced and published by artists who understand the restrictions and freedoms of the printed page”.

Artists and publishers to look out for include Ami Clarke of Banner Repeater, Cesura//Acceso, Da Thirst, Dan Szor & Racheal Crowther, Ed Lehan & Lena Tutunjian, Hannah Sawtell, Laura Yuile, Owen Piper and more.

See the ASP website for details.**

Artist Self-Publishers' Fair II @ ICA, Sep 10


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CESURA//ACCESO Issue 2 call for submissions

19 November 2015

“Journal for Music Politics and Poetics” CESURA//ACCESO is accepting submissions for Issue 2, with its central theme ‘Corrupting Desires! Technique, Performance and Control’ with a deadline of December 1, 2015, to publish in June next year.

The ‘DIY’ non-academic journal officially launched in June 2015 with the release of Issue 1 – produced through the help of a crowdfunding campaign and featuring the likes of Sean Bonney, Anne Boyer, Matteo Pasquinelli and Lawrence Abu Hamdan among others.

CESURA//ACCESO looks to reflect on how music is made and experienced – “revealing limits, exclusions, desires, strategies, optimism and pessimism”. Submissions are open to finished material and proposals for works in progress of all forms, including essays, interviews, reviews, poetry, visual work, extending to “expressive rage, excessive simplicity, impassive speech acts”.

See the please visit the CESURA//ACCESO website for details. **

Header image: Hannah Black, ‘My Bodies’ (2014). Video still.

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