One-day event Collective Publishing Practices at Borough Road Gallery, 103 Borough Rd, LSBU, thursday 12th May, 15:00 – 20:00
— Join us, everyone is welcome!
15.00-20.00 – mobile strategies [of display & mediation]
liquid memories ~to read with water is an open publication developed with photographs of water (sourced from archives and personal collections) and water samples. During this event everyone can create their own liquid memories by setting the 55 unbound sections – including pamphlets, posters, cards and photographs –in motion. Select your favourite sections and compile a unique constellation of printed matter from the exhibition installation. Please allow 40 minutes to one hour for the whole process, to leave with your compilation of liquid memories. Tickets are limited to one book per ticket but admit two people to enter.
16.00-18.00 – Road Less Travelled Press
‘moving at the speed of trust’ – reading group: is a collective reading of ‘Toolkit for Cooperative, Collective & Collaborative Cultural Work’ by Press Press & The Institute for Expanded Research and sharing ideas & experiences on collaboration, process & trust. [reading materials will be provided & no prior reading required]
18.00-20.00 – Launch of Road Less Travelled Vol. 0/1: collate & bind copies for yourself, friends and others, share your ideas on dissemination and circulation for this and future volumes.
Event held in conjunction with LSBU Photography students presenting their photobooks, 11-13th May, 15:00 – 20:00, at the Photobook Popup, at Solutions centre storefront, 126 London Road, Elephant & Castle, London South Bank University campus. https://www.instagram.com/photobook_popup/
mobile strategies [of display & mediation]::::msdm
msdm is a london-based house studio gallery led by mobile strategies of display & mediation with its imprint msdm publications
Road Less Travelled Press
Road Less Travelled Press is a framework for collective publishing, mutual exchanges and collaboration.
project space for experimental photobook publishing
part of the BA (Hons) Photography degree at LSBU School of Arts & Creative Industries.
Event supported by ACI/CSNI