The Artists' Book and Negative Space
The twentieth century's “positive” reading of a highly commodified art world has in a perverse way been productive of an active “negative” form - the artists' book.
||Artists' Books, Negative Space, Reflexivity, Bakhtin, Rabelais
International Journal of the Book, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp.1-4.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 757.104KB).
Nola Farman is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art, Toronto and a PhD candidate at the University of Western Sydney. Her work had been exhibited in private and state galleries including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. She has won awards including Australia Council Fellowships and residencies in Australian Universities as well as the Cite Nationale des arts in Paris. Her large sculptural works have been commissioned by universities and private corporations across Australia. Smaller works including bookworks are in the collections of the National Gallery Canada, the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, the Baltic Centre, UK, the west Australian Art Gallery, the Royal Society, London, Centre des livres d'artistes, France, the National Gallery of New Zealand and numerous other corporate and private collections. She has produced a number of her own limited edition artists' books under the imprint of The Garden Path
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