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Code-X: Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen

Code-X: Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen
Code-X: Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen
The Code-X project links early forms of self-publishing by taking a sample of what’s happening within the world of artist book publishing today in relation to what it once was. Twenty-six contributors give an account of or reflect upon their work from analogue production to digital experiences. The project constitutes a timely survey of this new chapter in publishing looking at a range of innovations and alternative approaches but also looking back at pre-digital strategies and examining some of the benefits and limitations of digital publishing. Code-X represents a pause and a reflection on past, to post digital that fully embrace the ideas of making and connecting. The project is an important and timely assessment of what publishing actually could be today in a post everything media landscape.

Featuring essays, interviews and works by; Delphine Bedel, Simon Cutts, Sebastien Girard, Hans Gremmen, Andrew Haslam with Rose Gridneff & Alex Cooper, Alec Finlay with Ken Cockburn, Alessandro Ludovico, Silvio Lorusso, Katharine Meynell with Susan Johanknecht, Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine, AND Publishing, Colin Sackett, Jodie Silsby, Paul Soulellis, Stefan Szczelkun, John Warwicker (Tomato), Eric Watier, Maria White, Beth Williamson, David Lorente Zaragoza.
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Aldred, Danny
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Waeckerlé, Emmanuelle
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Aldred, Danny
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Waeckerlé, Emmanuelle
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Aldred, Danny and Waeckerlé, Emmanuelle (eds.) (2015) Code-X: Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen , Farnham, GB. BookRoom, 276pp.

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Abstract

The Code-X project links early forms of self-publishing by taking a sample of what’s happening within the world of artist book publishing today in relation to what it once was. Twenty-six contributors give an account of or reflect upon their work from analogue production to digital experiences. The project constitutes a timely survey of this new chapter in publishing looking at a range of innovations and alternative approaches but also looking back at pre-digital strategies and examining some of the benefits and limitations of digital publishing. Code-X represents a pause and a reflection on past, to post digital that fully embrace the ideas of making and connecting. The project is an important and timely assessment of what publishing actually could be today in a post everything media landscape.

Featuring essays, interviews and works by; Delphine Bedel, Simon Cutts, Sebastien Girard, Hans Gremmen, Andrew Haslam with Rose Gridneff & Alex Cooper, Alec Finlay with Ken Cockburn, Alessandro Ludovico, Silvio Lorusso, Katharine Meynell with Susan Johanknecht, Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine, AND Publishing, Colin Sackett, Jodie Silsby, Paul Soulellis, Stefan Szczelkun, John Warwicker (Tomato), Eric Watier, Maria White, Beth Williamson, David Lorente Zaragoza.

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Published date: 18 November 2015
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 390663
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/390663
PURE UUID: 22142854-311e-4686-9fb9-42c0758045fd

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Date deposited: 04 Apr 2016 12:29
Last modified: 15 Jul 2020 16:33

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