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Lost and Found: Artists’ books, absence and existence (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Bodman, S. (2024, March). Lost and Found: Artists’ books, absence and existence. Paper presented at Książka artystyczna Obecność i nieobecność

Some of the ways that absence has been expressed through artists’ books - the loss of biodiversity, memory, relationships and culture. Examples include works by Roelof Bakker, Caren Florance, Ben Jenner, Gracia & Louise, Essence Press, Sophie Loss, E... Read More about Lost and Found: Artists’ books, absence and existence.

All shades of blue (2024)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2024). All shades of blue. Printmaking Today, 33(129), 22-23

Artists’ books by Roelof Bakker and Caren Florance speak of loss through colour and texture, visual allusion and sensory touch, writes Sarah Bodman

Don't give them fire! (2024)
Exhibition / Performance
Klein, S. Don't give them fire!. [Print]. 4 March 2024 - 15 March 2024. (Unpublished)

The title ‘Don’t give them fire’ refers to the myth of Prometheus. Prometheus's most famous act was his theft of fire from the gods. According to the myth, Prometheus took fire from the workshop of Hephaestus (the god of fire and craftsmanship) and g... Read More about Don't give them fire!.

Freedom Project (2024)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S. Freedom Project. [artists' books]. Exhibited at Łódź, Poland. 28 February 2024 - 28 March 2024. (Unpublished)

FREEDOM PROJECT KOLEKCJA is a response to crises and ongoing global conflicts humanity is facing today. Artists were invited to speak up on issues related to human rights, war, violence, social and racial injustice. The mission of this important and t... Read More about Freedom Project.

Kitchen cultures: Multispecies co-creation with invisible cultures in the kitchen (2024)
Thesis
Modi, K. Kitchen cultures: Multispecies co-creation with invisible cultures in the kitchen. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/11062853

This thesis outlines the development of a practice framework for multispecies co-creation in the kitchen. This framework is presented as a tool for public engagement that can be used by co-designers and researchers to engage women from the Global Maj... Read More about Kitchen cultures: Multispecies co-creation with invisible cultures in the kitchen.

AI and the complexity of Black photographic representation and critical analysis (2024)
Book Chapter
Sobers, S., & Edwards, Y. (in press). AI and the complexity of Black photographic representation and critical analysis. In AI and Photography. Bristol: Royal Photographic Society

In this chapter artist Yuko Edwards and academic Shawn Sobers discuss the complex dynamics of AI image making, with regards both the problems and opportunities in the cultural politics of Black and African heritage representation. The significant cha... Read More about AI and the complexity of Black photographic representation and critical analysis.

Archive Station (2024)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S. Archive Station. [Artists' books]. Exhibited at Paris. 3 February 2024 - 24 February 2024. (Unpublished)

Artists: Marina Abramovic, Alice Anderson, Dominique Angel, Guillaume Apollinaire, Art and Language, Art Critics Orchestra, Enrico Baj, Gianfranco Baruchello, Joseph Beuys, Daphné Bitchatch, Sylvie Blocher, Christian Boltanski, Louise Bourgeois, Jean... Read More about Archive Station.

Ambient Literature Guidebook (2024)
Book
Abba, T. (2024). Ambient Literature Guidebook. DCRC

Ambient Literature is a way to describe and codify immersive, narrative-led experiences that respond to the presence of a reader within their fabric. Taking the form of a series of short conversations, this book explains what Ambient Literature i... Read More about Ambient Literature Guidebook.

Artist’s Book Yearbook 2024-2025 (2024)
Book
Bodman, S. (2024). Artist’s Book Yearbook 2024-2025. Bristol, UK: Impact Press

Essays: David Paton considers the 50+ years of collecting the 14,000+ items now housed in the Jack Ginsberg Centre for Book Arts (JGCBA) at the Wits Art Museum, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. In Ossessione, Tanya Peixoto... Read More about Artist’s Book Yearbook 2024-2025.

Imagined worlds (2024)
Book Chapter
Bodman, S. (in press). Imagined worlds. In Turn the page: an Anthology. Norwich: turn the page

turn the page has, over a period of ten years (2012-2022), introduced the public to the wonders of the wider book arts genre, and artists and collectors to each other, through its showcasing events, symposia and related exhibitions. To celebrate thos... Read More about Imagined worlds.

Ink For Printmakers (2023)
Book
Hoskins, S. (in press). Ink For Printmakers. London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Inks have remained a fundamental aspect of the printing process for thousands of years. In this comprehensive and accessible guide, Stephen Hoskins and Michael Craine trace the development of inks from ancient China, through the Middle Ages and the i... Read More about Ink For Printmakers.

You guys are so stochastic (2023)
Book Chapter
Ward, L., & Wiesner, K. (2023). You guys are so stochastic. In Pattern and Chaos in Art, Science and Everyday Life (253-256). (1). UK: Intellect

Solar street art for a participatory energy transition (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Nicoletti, E. (2023, December). Solar street art for a participatory energy transition. Paper presented at Local Cultures – Global Spaces: Communities, People and Place, Virtual: New York, Hong Kong, Melbourne

The need to reduce global carbon emissions drives the renewable energy transition which can deeply transform cities. Façade retrofit plays an important role in improving the energy performance of the existing building stock. In renovation projects, t... Read More about Solar street art for a participatory energy transition.

Family ties (2023)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2023). Family ties. Printmaking Today, 32(128), 22-23

Family Ties - Artist Terrie Reddish explains to Sarah Bodman how book artists in New Zealand are building creative connections and book arts’ networks

Women in Print I and Women in Print 2 (2023)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2023). Women in Print I and Women in Print 2. Journal of the Printing Historical Society, 3, 339-340

Review of Women in Print I and Women in Print 2. Each book consists of essays written by individual researchers, designers, historians, librarians, curators and artists offering a range of voices exploring women's roles in printing history. These two... Read More about Women in Print I and Women in Print 2.

Initial art and design teacher education: Transgression and flux (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Grant, W. (2023, November). Initial art and design teacher education: Transgression and flux. Paper presented at International Journal of Art and Design Education Conference 2023: Time, University of Chester

Initial teacher education (ITE) is frequently considered a liminal space of flux where learners' knowledge, identity, and values are challenged and changed. Characteristics of this flux include navigation of new connections between personal and profe... Read More about Initial art and design teacher education: Transgression and flux.

Supporting new teachers: Insights from the education system in England (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Grant, W. (2023, November). Supporting new teachers: Insights from the education system in England. Presented at Webinars for Teacher Educators

How to prepare student teachers and support them in their first few years in school is a fundamental consideration for education systems around the world. In this webinar we discuss how this is approached in England. Will Grant, Programme Lead for th... Read More about Supporting new teachers: Insights from the education system in England.

A manifesto for slow immersion (2023)
Physical Artefact
Abba, T., & Clark, S. A manifesto for slow immersion. [Print]. Online

Conceived as an answer to the question - how can we curate complex relationships in immersive narratives? This manifesto was presented at ZIPSCENE in Prague (Nov 2023) and distributed to attendees.