Publishing as Artistic Practice

Publishing as Artistic Practice: msdm publications. Participatory skill share and talk. Conjunction Event from The Fish Factory, Penryn and CMR Project Space, Redruth organised by Alice Mahoney and Rose Hatcher. CMR Cornwall Media Resource, Redruth

msdm publications are available from:

STET – livros & fotografias, Lisbon

Atelier POP-UP Palácio Pancas Palha, Lisbon

The Photographer’s Gallery, London

msdm publications in book art collections

Victoria & Albert Museum, National Art Library, London UK

EDP Foundation’s Art Collection, Lisbon Portugal

Metropolitan Museum of Art,  Thomas J. Watson Library, New York, US

Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)  New York US

School of The Art Institute of Chicago  Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection John M Flaxman Library Chicago US

Boston Athenaeum  Boston, MA US

Kandinsky Library, Musée National d’Art Moderne/Centre Pompidou  Paris France

Swarthmore College Libraries, Swarthmore PA US

Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar  VCU, Qatar

Zürcher Hochschule der Künste – Medien- und Informationszentrum  ZHdK MIZ Zurich Switzerland

Oslo National Academy of the Arts The Library, Oslo Norway

The Brooklyn Museum, New York, US

100 Flowers Collection for NHSGGC’s new South Glasgow University Hospital and Royal Hospital for Sick Children

Frans Masereel Centrum Collection, Kasterlee Belgium

Cuming Museum, Art Collection and Local History Library and Archive 
(Southwark Heritage), London UK

bookRoom bookworks collection, University of Creative Arts Library, Farnham UK

P74 Artists’ Books Collection, Ljubljana

PhotoIreland Foundation Collection, Dublin Ireland



Jon Fawcett set-up Infinite Multiple in September 2017 to represents unlimited / open editions available at reasonable prices so everyone can buy them. The platform includes photobook Super-Private: Scenes 1/2/3/4/5/6 (Leporellos), with photographs sourced from Arab Image Foundation, alongside work by Nina Coulson, Thomson & Craighead, Matthew Darbyshire, Rod Dickinson, Marcia Farquhar, Jacob Farrell, Maria Paz Garcia, Lizzie Hughes, Mustapha Hulusi, Louise Long, , Sally Labern, Christopher MacInnes, Antonia McDonald, Jon Rafman, Santiago Sierra and others.

ACAVA Association for Culture Advancement through Visual Art has been collaborating with msdm since 2013 when ACAVA supported Stockwell Studio artists in finding a new home in Grange Road building, Bermondsey. The studio has since worked with Isabella Niven at ACAVA on a number of photography and self-publishing projects, both in  Blechynden Street studio and other West London- based centres.   GeorgeSt photo publication and wall photoworks were developed with St George College art students with funding from  West London Clinical Commissioning Group to create a permanent art collection for St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing. The bookworks developed with Venture Community Centre groups were funded by RBKC through Public Health. collaborates with New Suspects, the organisers of Lisbon Photobook Fair running Pageturner, workshops exploring photography, the book and self-publishing, held at the Lisbon Photographic Archive and storefront. The photobook projects, developed in a four days workshop and exhibition have been an integral part of the photobook fair since 2015, supporting participating photographers from concept and story-telling design, printing and binding to sales and promotion of the books. The projects have been show abroad at the Fiebre Photobook (Madrid) and Photobook Pop-up (London).