East Wind second edition to be launched at BALTIC Artist’s Book Fair

We are delighted to be launching a second edition of East Wind by Brian Lewis. This second edition of 40 unnumbered copies is published as a single hand-stitched pamphlet, and comes with an individual haiku, presented in an envelope as an artist’s multiple. The first edition, a set of three hand-stitched and stamped pamphlets in a numberedContinue reading “East Wind second edition to be launched at BALTIC Artist’s Book Fair”

Artist’s Book Market, BALTIC

We are very pleased to see that the organisers chose our milkywayyouwillhearmecall pamphlets to promote the Artist’s Book Market the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art on Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 June 10.00-17.00. The event is FREE and accompanied by a series of artists interventions. We will of course be there on both days promoting our work andContinue reading “Artist’s Book Market, BALTIC”

New Year Special Offer: MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall

The MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall pamphlets have just been purchased by the Victoria and Albert Museum for their Artists’ Books collection at the National Art Library. Until the end of January we are offering the complete set of the 01 series, five pamphlets, plus the first in the 02 series, for just £20 + posts and packaging, a savingContinue reading “New Year Special Offer: MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall”

Christmas Special Offer: ‘Lectolalia’ by Emma Bolland with a free, signed artist’s multiple – ‘Melancholia’

Available until 7pm Friday 18th December only! Buy Emma Bolland’s LECTOLALIA (a romance), and receive a free, signed edition of her multiple MELANCHOLIA. LECTOLALIA (a romance) (2015)  was created by Emma Bolland for the Leeds College of Art & Design ‘Library Interventions’ residencies. For the Interventions, artists are invited to respond to the library and its collections. Bolland’s response deals withContinue reading “Christmas Special Offer: ‘Lectolalia’ by Emma Bolland with a free, signed artist’s multiple – ‘Melancholia’”

Announcing Our New Titles

We are delighted to have launched two new titles at this months Small Publishers Fair at the Conway Hall, Bloomsbury London: Brian Lewis’ sequence East Wind, and the long awaited MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall pamphlets. These strictly limited and hand made editions are now available to buy online. MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall MilkyWayYouWillHearMeCall is a collaborative research project by artists Emma Bolland and Tom Rodgers andContinue reading “Announcing Our New Titles”

Gordian Projects at the Small Publishers Fair

We are very proud to have been accepted to exhibit at the 2015 Small Publishers’ Fair at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL on Friday 6th & Saturday 7th November. Small Publishers is an annual celebration of books by contemporary artists, writers, composers, book designers, and their publishers. The Fair is independent, self-funding and not-for-profit.Continue reading “Gordian Projects at the Small Publishers Fair”

Lectolalia and Place&Memory – Limited period special offer.

For a limited period only we are offering Lectolalia (usual price £10 + £1.25 UK pp) and Place&Memory (usual price £5 + UK pp) together for just £12 + £1.50 UK pp: a saving of £4.00. This offer ends Sunday 10th August UK orders (£12 + £1.50 postage) Europe orders (£12 + £3.75 postage) RestContinue reading “Lectolalia and Place&Memory – Limited period special offer.”

Lectolalia (a romance)

Gordian Projects is pleased to announce the publication of Lectolalia (a romance) by artist and writer Emma Bolland. LECTOLALIA (a romance), with an accompanying short film of the same name, was created by Emma Bolland for the Leeds College of Art & Design ‘Library Interventions’ residencies; you can view the film at the link atContinue reading “Lectolalia (a romance)”

Dominique Cameron reviews Place & Memory

How do we experience place for ourselves? What does it mean to us? Do our own memories become part of the collective consciousness accreted in the layers of storytelling laid down in a city’s foundations? These are some of the questions posed by the group of eight artists brought together by four mentors to exploreContinue reading “Dominique Cameron reviews Place & Memory”

Place & Memory: The Book

When is a book not a book? Take eight artists, leave them in a field, a street, a wood, hospital, graveyard, or an abandoned industrial folly. Leave them to explore… We are delighted to announce that the Place & Memory book is now available from Gordian Projects. The culmination of a year’s exploration and examinationContinue reading “Place & Memory: The Book”