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Bookbinding Now is a New York-based community podcast posted every other Wednesday. Bookbinding Now is hosted by Susan Mills in conjunction with Full Tilt.

Latest Episodes

Martha Cole

127. Martha Cole is a fiber artist who has explored artist books for 30 years. Wheat paste application is her primary medium. Guest host Robin Canham is a librarian and bookbinder who serves on the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild national board.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Martha Cole

Hedi Kyle

126. Hedi Kyle is the coauthor, with Ulla Warchol, ofThe Art of the Fold,a step-by-step guide to making a broad selection of her original structures, Laurence King Publishing, 2018.Robin Mullerguest hosts.

29 MIN2019 JUN 25
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Hedi Kyle

Sam Pelts

125.EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyssis a special project of the CODEX Foundation, acollective global exclamation:“ENOUGH!”It will take place inmultiple locations throughout the U.S. and abroad during the Summer of 2021. Sam Pelts is the organizer and coordinator of the project.

34 MIN2019 JUN 5
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Sam Pelts

Susanne Padberg

124g. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. Here and There is Everywhere Susanne Padberghas been the owner of Galerie DRUCK & BUCH since 1994 – first in Tübingen and now in Vienna. The gallery, next door to the Freud Museum in Vienna, specializes in international contemporary book art.As a traveling book art gallerist and curator in both Europe and the United States, she has encountered a number of differences in the book art world here and there.Despite that, she addresses three aspects – collecting, mission/contents/aesthetics, and book form.

39 MIN2019 APR 17
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Susanne Padberg

Victoria Bean

124f. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. FLAG Victoria Beanis a London based artist, writer, and visual poet, a graduate of the Royal College of Art, and co-founder of Arc Editions. She is the co- editor ofThe New Concrete, an anthology of visual and concrete poetry in the 21st Century that features a hundred artists and writers who work across a variety of disciplines like art, poetry, graphics and literature.

24 MIN2019 APR 10
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Victoria Bean

Till Verclas

124e. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. Black Truffles,Vibrant Colours Set Between Black and White Till Verclas—While still an art student in Hamburg in 1979, Verclas founded his own printmaking studio, going on to work with renowned German and American artists such as Baselitz and Twombly. Verclas works not only in printmaking, but also in large-scale sculpture in bronze, wood, and steel. His artist’s books are often made as a reaction to the sculptural installations. Verclas’s work can be found in public collections across Germany and the United States.

21 MIN2019 APR 3
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Till Verclas

Thomas Milroth

124d. THOMAS MILROTH The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. Swe Den Thomas Milroth discussesthe interaction between Danish and Swedish artists in Denmark and Copenhagen leading to an early outburst of artists' books and printed matter in the 30s, the 40's, and today. He emphasizes the book art activity in South Sweden and Denmark as well as the story of the early thoughts about an alternative space for art.

39 MIN2019 MAR 27
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Thomas Milroth

David Paton

124c. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. The Jack Ginsberg Collection of Artists' Books: Highlights from 25 years of working with the collection in South Africa David Paton is currently Senior Lecture and past head of the Department (2004-2009) of Visual Art at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. He examines important curatorial projects and selected seminal moments from Jack Ginsberg's extensive Johannesburg-basedcollection of artists' books and archive of books on artists' books.

26 MIN2019 MAR 20
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David Paton

Tatjana Bergelt

124b. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. From Finland barefoot in snow Tatjana Bergeltdiscusses her recent artist bookFrom Finland barefoot in snow,a cassette with two books, edition of 4, Northern Sami / Finnish/ German languages, 2015. Focusing on the existential poetry by Sami activist Nils Aslak Valkeapää, yet deeply differing from Middle European existentialism, this artists' book project respects the very core of Nomad culture of the indigenous people of Europe in its visual form. Sami people have been relatively isolated in the very Northern part of Finland, Sweden, Norway and Russia. They speak 10 different languages but yet still must fight for their rights of land ownership and identity.

16 MIN2019 MAR 13
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Tatjana Bergelt

Pist Protta

124a. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. We always try to keep it simple Åse Eg Jørgensen,Jesper Fabricius and Jesper Rasmussen are co-editors ofPist Protta, a journal like no other. Firstly because it is rare that a Danish journal dedicated to contemporary art survives for so many years –Pist Prottais the oldest existing art journal in Denmark – and secondly, because it does not look like any other art journal. The principal rule the editors have adhered to is that no issue is to be like any previous one in either format or content. According to the co-editors’ mottoPist Prottais not only to be about art, but to be art, the individual issues can be seen as a hybrid between a magazine and an artist's book.

19 MIN2019 MAR 6
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Pist Protta

Latest Episodes

Martha Cole

127. Martha Cole is a fiber artist who has explored artist books for 30 years. Wheat paste application is her primary medium. Guest host Robin Canham is a librarian and bookbinder who serves on the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild national board.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Martha Cole

Hedi Kyle

126. Hedi Kyle is the coauthor, with Ulla Warchol, ofThe Art of the Fold,a step-by-step guide to making a broad selection of her original structures, Laurence King Publishing, 2018.Robin Mullerguest hosts.

29 MIN2019 JUN 25
Comments
Hedi Kyle

Sam Pelts

125.EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyssis a special project of the CODEX Foundation, acollective global exclamation:“ENOUGH!”It will take place inmultiple locations throughout the U.S. and abroad during the Summer of 2021. Sam Pelts is the organizer and coordinator of the project.

34 MIN2019 JUN 5
Comments
Sam Pelts

Susanne Padberg

124g. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. Here and There is Everywhere Susanne Padberghas been the owner of Galerie DRUCK & BUCH since 1994 – first in Tübingen and now in Vienna. The gallery, next door to the Freud Museum in Vienna, specializes in international contemporary book art.As a traveling book art gallerist and curator in both Europe and the United States, she has encountered a number of differences in the book art world here and there.Despite that, she addresses three aspects – collecting, mission/contents/aesthetics, and book form.

39 MIN2019 APR 17
Comments
Susanne Padberg

Victoria Bean

124f. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. FLAG Victoria Beanis a London based artist, writer, and visual poet, a graduate of the Royal College of Art, and co-founder of Arc Editions. She is the co- editor ofThe New Concrete, an anthology of visual and concrete poetry in the 21st Century that features a hundred artists and writers who work across a variety of disciplines like art, poetry, graphics and literature.

24 MIN2019 APR 10
Comments
Victoria Bean

Till Verclas

124e. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. Black Truffles,Vibrant Colours Set Between Black and White Till Verclas—While still an art student in Hamburg in 1979, Verclas founded his own printmaking studio, going on to work with renowned German and American artists such as Baselitz and Twombly. Verclas works not only in printmaking, but also in large-scale sculpture in bronze, wood, and steel. His artist’s books are often made as a reaction to the sculptural installations. Verclas’s work can be found in public collections across Germany and the United States.

21 MIN2019 APR 3
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Till Verclas

Thomas Milroth

124d. THOMAS MILROTH The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. Swe Den Thomas Milroth discussesthe interaction between Danish and Swedish artists in Denmark and Copenhagen leading to an early outburst of artists' books and printed matter in the 30s, the 40's, and today. He emphasizes the book art activity in South Sweden and Denmark as well as the story of the early thoughts about an alternative space for art.

39 MIN2019 MAR 27
Comments
Thomas Milroth

David Paton

124c. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. The Jack Ginsberg Collection of Artists' Books: Highlights from 25 years of working with the collection in South Africa David Paton is currently Senior Lecture and past head of the Department (2004-2009) of Visual Art at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. He examines important curatorial projects and selected seminal moments from Jack Ginsberg's extensive Johannesburg-basedcollection of artists' books and archive of books on artists' books.

26 MIN2019 MAR 20
Comments
David Paton

Tatjana Bergelt

124b. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. From Finland barefoot in snow Tatjana Bergeltdiscusses her recent artist bookFrom Finland barefoot in snow,a cassette with two books, edition of 4, Northern Sami / Finnish/ German languages, 2015. Focusing on the existential poetry by Sami activist Nils Aslak Valkeapää, yet deeply differing from Middle European existentialism, this artists' book project respects the very core of Nomad culture of the indigenous people of Europe in its visual form. Sami people have been relatively isolated in the very Northern part of Finland, Sweden, Norway and Russia. They speak 10 different languages but yet still must fight for their rights of land ownership and identity.

16 MIN2019 MAR 13
Comments
Tatjana Bergelt

Pist Protta

124a. The 7th BiennialCodex Book Fair and Symposiumwas held February 3-6 in Richmond, California, with a Nordic focus, including artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Thanks to Codex for making the symposium recordings available to all. We always try to keep it simple Åse Eg Jørgensen,Jesper Fabricius and Jesper Rasmussen are co-editors ofPist Protta, a journal like no other. Firstly because it is rare that a Danish journal dedicated to contemporary art survives for so many years –Pist Prottais the oldest existing art journal in Denmark – and secondly, because it does not look like any other art journal. The principal rule the editors have adhered to is that no issue is to be like any previous one in either format or content. According to the co-editors’ mottoPist Prottais not only to be about art, but to be art, the individual issues can be seen as a hybrid between a magazine and an artist's book.

19 MIN2019 MAR 6
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Pist Protta
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