is a collection of artists’ online publishing activities and a series of events introducing digital publishing projects, initiatives and resources.
online publishing activities will be collected and compiled into an A – Z online index. There will also be a series of live events hosted at X Marks the Bökship, where publishers can introduce their projects to other publishers and individuals working across similar platforms.
The aims are to:
_ Introduce a selection of online independent publishing activities
_ Show examples of creative and experimental uses of online publishing
_ Bring together publishers working across similar digital platforms
_ Offer advice and resources available to artists and independent publishers
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is a platform for the production and dissemination
of artists’ self-publishing using print-on-demand.
Print-on-demand is a printing process in which new copies of a book are
not printed until an order has been received, allowing for short runs,
low production costs, immediate response to an audience, and almost no storage.
We see this as an extension of a creative and sustainable practice.
How it works
1. You develop your book - AND give you tips.
2. You decide which print-on-demand service is right.
3. Upload your pdf to the printer’s online server.
4. The printer will process, print, bind and ship to you.
5. AND will feature your book in our online shop and at X Marks the Bökship.
AND Public is also currently holding a Self-Publishing Surgery.
Find out more information here
Byam Shaw School of Art
2 Elthorne Road
London N19 4AG
phone 07946 701 590
Picture: The tall Building // Jennilee Marigomen
is a project run by the French designer Pierre Hourquet.
Using the format of a book as a conventional method of displaying photography, Booksonline is a good example of an updated version of this convention,
introducing a refreshing digital form for the art book and zine.
aims to make film culture and history accessible through its library,
film screenings and the online publication of Vertigo Magazine. Established in 2005, the company has built up its activities on the basis of reinvesting all its profits
into creating an extensive film resource.
The Library’s collection of over 15,000 titles specialises in early cinema, classics,
world cinema, documentaries, experimental films, video art and independent films.
It includes rare films exclusive to Close-Up and by independent filmmakers not represented by distributors.
Vertigo Magazine was established in 1993 to promote and discuss independent film and cinema culture, aimed alike to audiences, academics and practitioners.
Vertigo welcomes feedback and dialogue on any aspect of the publication or its contents and actively seeks pieces (image - or text-led) for consideration.
is a digital book containing a selection of photographs,
press clippings, digital imagery and miscellaneous flat works accumulated
by the artist, James Jarrett, in the five years between 2006-2011.
As well as being a variation on the artist book theme, Dracula V is also
a reevaluation of Bram Stoker’s original novel Dracula (1897).
The work, launched as a digital publication, attempts to develop the
manifestation of the body of work beyond the seeming finality of the book
format. The launch of Dracula V at NewGallery London started this
process by substituting the physicality of the book for a projection of images
and a QR code, which enabled visitors to download it onto a Smartphone.
Find publication here