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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 (Unpublished)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.

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.

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.

An exploratory study of methodologies for digital colour printing in textile design, through an understanding of interwar historical colour palettes (2023)
Thesis
Gooby, B. An exploratory study of methodologies for digital colour printing in textile design, through an understanding of interwar historical colour palettes. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/8704673

Digital printing technology has had a major impact for the textile designer. Their design process now enables them to create complicated multi-layered digital designs incorporating photographic images and intricate detail. Artwork is no longer restri... Read More about An exploratory study of methodologies for digital colour printing in textile design, through an understanding of interwar historical colour palettes.

Printing with tonalli: Reproducing featherwork from precolonial Mexico using structural colorants (2023)
Journal Article
Trujillo-Vazquez, A., Abedini, F., Pranovich, A., Parraman, C., & Klein, S. (2023). Printing with tonalli: Reproducing featherwork from precolonial Mexico using structural colorants. Colorants, 2(4), 632-653. https://doi.org/10.3390/colorants2040033

Two of the most significant cases of extant 16th-century featherwork from Mexico are the so-called Moctezuma’s headdress and the Ahuizotl shield. While the feathers used in these artworks exhibit lightfast colors, their assembly comprises mainly orga... Read More about Printing with tonalli: Reproducing featherwork from precolonial Mexico using structural colorants.

FREEDOM Project (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S. FREEDOM Project. [Collage]. Exhibited at Lodz, Poland. 1 October 2023 - 31 October 2023. (Unpublished)

In tandem with 30 Years Anniversary of the Polish Book Art Museum in Łódź, the FREEDOM Project is a response to the series of crises and ongoing global conflicts humanity is facing today. Students, educators and professional artists were invited to s... Read More about FREEDOM Project.

Twisting clay - Creative research to explore the complex rheology in ceramic extrusion (2023)
Journal Article
Jorgensen, T., & Lightfoot, S. (2023). Twisting clay - Creative research to explore the complex rheology in ceramic extrusion. FORMakademisk, 16(4), https://doi.org/10.7577/formakademisk.5423

This paper details practice-based research exploring new creative possibilities involving the ceramic extrusion process. The paper begins by providing a short overview of the extrusion technique, its charac-teristics and some contextual coverage of t... Read More about Twisting clay - Creative research to explore the complex rheology in ceramic extrusion.

Signs of the times (2023)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2023). Signs of the times. Printmaking Today, 32(127), 22-23

Sarah Bodman on reading the ongoing, environmentally-focused works encompassing Termómetos Project from Mexican artist Ireri Topete.

The lives of artists' books in UK libraries and collections (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Bodman, S. (2023, September). The lives of artists' books in UK libraries and collections. Presented at Kunstnerboken: unik og mangfoldig, Kristiansand Kunsthall and Library Rådhusgata 11, 4611 Kristiansand, Norway

A short talk by Sarah Bodman about UK libraries and collections practices with artists' books for the seminar panel at: Kunstnerboken: unik og mangfoldig (Nordic Artists' Books). The seminar at Kristiansand folkebibliotek focuses on artist's books an... Read More about The lives of artists' books in UK libraries and collections.

World Book Night United Artists - Stories of and strategies for experimental, collaborative publishing (2023)
Journal Article
Bodman, S. (2023). World Book Night United Artists - Stories of and strategies for experimental, collaborative publishing. Axon: Creative Explorations, 13(1), 2-21. https://doi.org/10.54375/001/cbyvozki7k

Sarah Bodman reflects on 13 years of Bookarts at UWE Bristol's World Book Night (WBN) project; a text and image / artists' books-based event which has evolved from an initial collaboration with the artist and poet Nancy Campbell into an annual, inter... Read More about World Book Night United Artists - Stories of and strategies for experimental, collaborative publishing.

Night and Day (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Bodman, S. Night and Day. [Artist's book]. Exhibited at Bristol. 5 July 2023 - 5 September 2023. (Unpublished)

The set theme for the ABC artists’ books club exhibition this year is Night and Day, inspired by the poetic works of Thomas A Clark. Clark is co-founder of Moschatel Press with Laurie Clark, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Night and... Read More about Night and Day.

Printing structural colour (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Parraman, C. (2023, July). Printing structural colour. Presented at Colour Conference 2023, University of Leeds

RGB printing or structural colour printing is an intriguing method that transforms everything we know about CMYK subtractive printing by combining additive print methods and RGB pigments that can radically change the appearance of the printed image.... Read More about Printing structural colour.

To the library… where artists and books want to be (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Bodman, S. (2023, July). To the library… where artists and books want to be. Presented at GENERATIVE SPACES The Creative Powers of the Art Library, ARLIS UK & Ireland Annual Conference, Norwich

Sarah Bodman looks at some of the ways artist interact with the library as a creative catalyst for researching, making and exhibiting artists' books as well as making works in response to libraries. From installations by Guy Bigland, Leslie Mutchler... Read More about To the library… where artists and books want to be.

Development of novel solutions for robotic 3D ceramic paste printing (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., Lightfoot, S., Farzadnia, F., White, M., & Joyce-Badea, M. (2023, July). Development of novel solutions for robotic 3D ceramic paste printing. Paper presented at EcerS 2023, Lyon France

3D printing with polymer-based mediums is ubiquitous in many sectors with a broad range of technologies maturing and providing a very good level choice both in terms of cost and quality. However, with the ceramic medium some challenges still remain t... Read More about Development of novel solutions for robotic 3D ceramic paste printing.

Extrusion of ceramic matrix composites (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., & Lightfoot, S. (2023, July). Extrusion of ceramic matrix composites. Paper presented at EcerS 2023, Lyon France

Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) have been gaining increasing attention as an exceptionally useful material for challenging environments such as high temperature applications in Aerospace. However, their production has so far been limited to particul... Read More about Extrusion of ceramic matrix composites.

Pandora’s Hieroglyphic Primer (2023)
Book Chapter
Bodman, S. (2023). Pandora’s Hieroglyphic Primer. In RE:Making - A Documentation of Work by Angela Lorenz (152-173). New Haven, CT, USA: the jenny-press

A response to the artwork: for RE:Making - A Documentation of Work by Angela Lorenz With essays from over 70 scholars, collectors, librarians, curators, and journalists on book artist Angela Lorenz's work from 1989 to 2022. Includes a reflection f... Read More about Pandora’s Hieroglyphic Primer.