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The Mining of History, Cognitive Disorder and Spiritualism in Olivia Plender’s A Stellar Key to the Summerland

Dan Smith

work was published by Bookworks, who since 1984 has produced artistsbooks as carefully designed objects available at a price that is closer Figure 1 Olivia Plender, A Stellar Key to the Summerland (London: Bookworks, 2007). Front cover. By kind

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Inner Recreation

Trauma, Objects and Collaboration in Second-Generation Visual Arts

Judy Goldhill and Fay Ballard

.G. Ballard, was interned in a Japanese prison camp. Goldhill works on photography, film and artistsbooks and Ballard draws. They have collaborated extensively, following a conversation in 2016 about a shared experience of generational trauma and early

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The Conquest of Space

Evolution of Panel Arrangements and Page Layouts in Early Comics Published in Belgium (1880–1929)

Pascal Lefèvre

This article focuses on panel arrangements and page layouts of early comics published in Belgium in the five decades before the start of Tintin in 1929. It investigates the degree of standardisation in this pivotal period, in which the old system of graphic narratives with captions evolved to comics with balloons. The years between 1880 and 1929 boasted a variety of publication formats (broadsheets, illustrated magazines for adults and for children, comic strips, artists' books), within which one can see both similar and different conventions at work.

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Introduction Displacement, Memory and the Visual Arts

Second-Generation (Jewish) Artists

Imogen Wiltshire and Fransiska Louwagie

of postmemory, 5 this issue contributes to expanding understanding of postmemorial visual strategies across a wide range of media: as well as photography and film, it looks at painting, drawing, graphic novels, artistsbooks, printmaking, sculpture

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‘Sensuous Singularity’

Hamish Fulton’s Cairngorm Walk-Texts

Alan Macpherson

repeated in different contexts – from gallery walls to artist books and postcards – as well as with variations in form, Fulton’s walk-texts display a conscious engagement with language, typography, punctuation and the interplay of words and images. In this

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Chasing Shadows

The Uses of Photography in the Work of Second-Generation Visual Artists in the UK

Monica Bohm-Duchen

and sound, while occasionally also venturing into the world of performance and artistsbooks. In the installation Places to Remember , produced in the early 1990s and based on her slightly earlier artist's book The Price of Words/Places to

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Re/visiting

Revisiting “Collective Walks / Spaces of Contestation; Empowering Platforms, Raising a Non-Army in Thailand

Mariane Bourcheix-Laporte and Sasapin Siriwanij

of four site-specific participatory performances presented in and around Vancouver, Canada, a gallery exhibition, a series of discursive events, and a series of artistsbooks. At the time of the project's development phase, contestational movements

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Outlining Conceptual Practices in Comics

Ilan Manouach

other countries, distributing their fellow artistsbooks in their local networks and reviewing them for blogs and online reading lists. Given the scarcity of critical discourse, readers engage with Conceptual Comics in forensic, sometimes non