About

Gordian Projects is an independent not-for-profit press established in 2014. We focus on small editions of work that use art and language as a space for exploration. We work with authors collaboratively in planning, designing and producing their publications. We regret that we cannot accept unsolicited manuscripts or proposals. However, should you wish to contact us for other reasons, you can email us at gordianprojects@gmail.com

East Wind  by Brian Lewis

East Wind by Brian Lewis

Editorial and advisory boards:
Judit Bodor (curator, art consultant, academic lecturer and researcher) aber.academia.edu/JuditBodor
Emma Bolland (artist, writer, researcher)  emmabolland.com
Georgia Dearden (writer, art theorist) goldsmiths.academia.edu/GeorgiaDearden
Roddy Hunter (artist, curator, Director of the Institute of the Arts, University of Cumbria) peacebiennale.info
Brian Lewis (publisher, poet, writer and artist) longbarrowpress.com
Tom Rodgers (artist, designer and educator) thomasrodgers.co.uk
Penny Whitworth (experimental video artist) penelopewhitworth.com

Our current publications:
Place and Memory by Amanda Burton, Donna Coleman, Charys Ellmer, Sarah Guy, Sandy Holden, Lorna Johnstone, Morticia and Nigel Stone (2014).
Lectolalia by Emma Bolland (2015).
East Wind (2nd ed.) by Brian Lewis (2015)
MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall pamphlets by Judit Bodor, Emma Bolland, and Tom Rodgers: Becoming 01 and Becoming 02 (2015)
Arcalumis by Tom Rogers (2016)
Echoes From A Berlin Childhood by Helen Clarke (2016)

Forthcoming publications:

Eastings (working title) by Brian Lewis (due 2016/2017)
An image text book with filmmaker Anya Lewin (2016)
A W.O.R.K.S sampler with British Canadian Fluxus artist Clive Robertson (2016)

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