Friday, May 28, 2010

Buried under paper

Book sculpture under construction.  Story at
http://www.grahamhay.com.au/200805Falcon.html
Some wonder were my idea to carve sculptures from books comes from.

Why do I build huge sculptures from paper?

I have just sorted out my current pile of books and journals. I feel I never get through them, so let's separate and see what's in the read pile before I take them out... in no particular order...

Uniview Vol. 29 No. 1. Summer 2010, University of WA, Perth, Australia (3 times a year)

de Waal, E., (2003), 20th century ceramics, Thames & Hudson world of art, UK

Australian PC Authority, November 2009, Haymarket Media, Sydney (monthly)

Macworld Autumn 2009, IDG Communications, London, UK

University of Otago Magazine, Issue 24: October 2009, Dunedin, New Zealand

Australian Macworld Mac Basics 2, Niche Media Pty Ltd, South Melbourne, Australia

New Ceramics, The European Ceramics Magazin, March/April 2010, Hohr-Grenzhausen, Germany

iPhone Life, Summer 2009, Thaddeus Computing Inc, USA

Elkins, J.,(Ed) (2009) Artists with PhDs: On the New Doctoral Degree in Studio Art, New Academica Publishing, USA

The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Volume 49/1 March 2010, Sydney, Australia

Ceramics Art and Perception International, Issue 78, 2009?, USA

Australian Macworld, January 2010, Niche Media Pty Ltd, South Melbourne, Australia

Ceramics Technical, Issue 29 2010

still reading...

Ceramics Art and Perception International, Issue 79, 2010, USA

Bachelard, G., (1958), The Poetics od Space, (Translated by Maria Jolas 1964), Beacon Press

New Ceramics, The European Ceramics Magazin, May/June 2010, Hohr-Grenzhausen, Germany

Plus two national papers every day before breakfast.....

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