artists book research and practice at Queensland College of Art can now be followed at

artists books @ the Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research

  .… the emergence of artists books in the twentieth century as a medium that engages the breadth of our senses was underpinned by collaborative practice between poets, artists and designers within print culture. This intersection between the fields of fine art, literature and design facilitated by the printed book continues to attract interest across the creative arts. Responding to the fields emerging critical discourse GCCAR has established a research focus that contributes to that discourse through creative practice and writing. Textured by 'the haptic' and print culture, this focus embraces the production, reception and evaluation of artists books within the antipodes. In keeping with the haptic
the nature of the focus is dynamic, responding to the surfaces of the field.

To date that research includes; 
- the artists books brisbane events featuring academic conferences, artists book fairs & exhibitions
the publication of peer reviewed articles and essays as in JAB39 (the Journal of Artists Books)
dcccp - a series of collaborative publishing events featuring invited & visiting artists or scholars
and national & international exhibitions featuring books by artists. Other epicentres of
artists book research that we have initiated links with include:

State Library of Queensland
Bibliotheca Liborum Apud Artificem
centre for the artist book at Grahame Galleries + Editions
Centre for Fine Print Research
The Codex Foundation
Journal of Artists Books
Centre for the Comparative History of Print

Please direct any enquiries to Tim Mosely ( t.mosely(at)griffith.edu.au )



artists books @ GCCAR
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Tim Mosely
Glen Skien
Jonathan Tse
Ross Woodrow

Sarah Bodman
Paul Ladler
Brad Freeman
Guy Begbie
Marian Crawford

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Carolyn McKenzie-Craig