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Saturday 3 September 12.00 – 5.30pm

This one day event brings together a rich mix of small press publishers, zines and artists’ books.

Part of the Freedom Festival Hull 2016 and Beyond Words Exhibition, visitors have the chance to discover a whole new world of artists work and creativity, to learn about making books and zines, and discuss issues the artists experience in their practice.

back coverBeyond Words – Exhibition

Six newly-commissioned artists’ publications, each on the theme of freedom. Challenging, thought-provoking, entertaining. This brand new exhibition is part of Freedom Festival Arts Trust’s Beyond Words programme.

Freedom Festival Arts Trust has teamed up with James Reckitt Library Trust, Hull Culture and Leisure Library Services and Book Works for an exciting new project for 2016, entitled Beyond Words.

Six artists/organisations have been commissioned to create a new artist’s publication, based on the theme of freedom. These new works are being exhibited in Hull’s Central Library across the festival weekend and throughout September. Alongside the exhibition launch, an artist’s book fair will take over the library, and a trail of artist installations, centred around the theme of the books, will feature on the streets of Hull during the festival weekend.

 

The artists’ books

  1. Between the Borders, Between the Borders Episode #4
  2. Libita Clayton
  3. Theresa Easton, The Right & Freedom to a Home
  4. Jacob V Joyce ‘If you had a super power to free yourself from white supremacy, capitalism, ablism and hetero-patriarchy, what would it be and how would you use it?’
  5. Rudy Loewe, Moving Through Borders (working title)
  6. Nick Norton, AKA: A genealogy of the saddle

Artist’s publication for Beyond Words, commissioned by the Freedom Festival Arts Trust and Hull Culture and Leisure Library Services, in association with Book Works. Funded by James Reckitt Library Trust.

 

 

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