It is with great excitement that I can officially unveil Gracia and my new site. Many long days and many equally long nights have gone into the making of our brand new site. We had not realised just how long it would take to rebuild a new space for 71 zines, 69 artists' books, and countless exhibitions and their related projects.
On our new site, you can turn the pages of Gracia's A different picture with every look (Kjøbenhavn). You can head to Bangor too. Or Egypt. And you can see what objects we gathered from recent reads long ago. You can see details from recent zines such as Collection, Birds that like to display, and A set of two things regarded as a unit from 2010. Everything we've worked on from Mardi Gras posters for ACE hotel to Big Issue collages has a home. You can see details from our pieces made especially for Could be, and steal a closer look at Passenger pigeons. You can read through interviews and catalogue essays, and it is so up-to-the-minute that it even feature's G's piece for Fjord Review, Life Support, about a smoky performance as part of Dance Massive 2013. If that all sounds too much, head to our little piece, Why books?, to find your footing.
I hope you enjoy looking through the site and I'd love to hear your thoughts on it too.
(Completely unrelated, here I am in the State Theatre foyer with my Mum at The Australian Ballet's performance of Don Quixote last night. As previously shared, here is G and me, at the opening night. Here, also, is G with her Mum at the Tuesday night performance. We're locals, it seems, and we've enjoyed this impromptu Foyer Series. With a few more performances to see as part of Dance Massive, perhaps a Malthouse portrait will appear soon.)