msdm a nomadic house-studio-gallery for photographic art and curatorial research, an expanded practice of the artist's book, photobook publishing and peer-to-peer collaboration created by contemporary artist paula roush
TITLE PROJECT: Photobook Pop-up #1
Storefront for photobook publishing
AUTHOR: paula roush collab with Photography
at the School of Arts and Creative Industries
(London South Bank University)
LOCATION: London Rd Solutions Centre SE1London
South Bank University, Elephant & Castle campus
[See on the map here]
DATE: May 14-19 2016
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Project space dedicated to the presentation of photobook
publishing projects within an experimental exploration of photographic research and publishing practice.
This hybrid shop-event space showcases photobook
dummies and editions created during Self-publishing and
the Photobook module, with a programme of talks and
With Paradigm Visuals:
Adrian Traba, Aroni Lamar, Alex Smith, Alastair Reed,
Alex Tilley, Amy Warwick, Ash Drewery, Aslican Ciftci,
Charlotte Hartley, Claire McKenner, Dan Gough,
Darnnel Barzey, Indrek Galetin, Izzy Ruffle, Jo Bailey-Tait,
Jake Cabaniuk, James O’Neil, Jeffrey Boateng,
Leigha Fearon, Mariya Ahmad, Micheal Mangan,
Rob Bennet, Ruben Viegas, Samantha Thompson,
Tomas Lewis, Polly Clegg
Paradigm Visuals is a student-led photographic research programme with a focus on photography, exhibiting and
publishing based at the School of Creative Arts, London
South Bank University, UK.
Robert Clayton, Dot Young, Kate Clement,
Lara Gonzalez, Emily Usher, Inês Ferreira
First edition of the photobook pop-up, storefront for photobook publishing with Paradigm Visuals + guests.
The pop-up, a combination of photobook shop and project space, presents photobookworks created at the School of Creative Arts, LSBU, BA & M Photography degrees, and a selection of recent photobooks from other London photography and publishing courses.
The parallel programme of talks and presentations offers the opportunity to explore the individual photobook works in a series of informal presentations; the debate about photobook publishing in academic / photographic research.
The photobook as coursework- photographic research
in BA, MA & beyond
Jake Cabaniuk: Marko
Robert Clayton: Estate
Dot Young: Extension
Leigha Fearon: China & I
Lara Gonzalez: The Procreate Project
Browsing and walking as photobook research methods
Jeffrey Boateng: Dani’s Day Out
Alex Smith: Undergrown
Alastair Reed: The Light Blue Tunnel
Amy Warwick: Blame Your Parents
Emily Usher: The Groundskeeper
Photography and the materiality of the photobook
Inês Ferreira: Is The Question Collision?
Indrek Galetin: Beyond Fashion + Gender + Sexuality
James O’Neill: Skate Till You Drop
Emily Usher has been documenting Colin, the head groundskeeper’s at Leyton Orient Football Club for several months. The groundkeeper’s is a profession is generally understated and largely unknown - one that tends to be in the ‘shadows’. Football supporters my not necessarily know the passion and the amount of work gone into maintaining a football ground. The work reflects the beautiful, aesthetic side and highlights the tools and the craft, creating a story of the detailed knowledge that the work involves. Without a good groundskeeper there will be no game. The work aims to present Colin as Leyton Orient Football Club’s ‘unsung hero’
Dot Young, ‘Extension’ applies the theory to human hair that is used in the hair and beauty industry internationally for ‘hair extensions’.
The research considers human hair as a global commodity, a material that is ‘farmed’, grown, harvested and traded around the globe, the economics of the industry, ethics, globalisation and cultural contexts.
Lara Gonzalez/Made and Published
A seemingly anonymous collection of 130 documents make up this archive that reveals the personal experiences of pursuing creative practice while mothering. Artists submitted examples of their work in the context of the Procreate Project. Artist researcher Lara Gonzalez edited and sequenced the works submitted to show different personal perspectives on the subject and to make sense of her own experience. 1.Abigail Hunt 2. Alana Tyson 3. Alex March 4. Alison O´Neill 5. Amanda Greavette 6. Amanthi Harris 7.Amy Bay 8.Amy Hutchings 9.Ana Alvarez-Errecalde 10. Ana Sabia 11. Angela McFall 12. Anna Hultin 13. Anthia Loizou 14. Asha Carlos 15. Barbara Philipp 16. Becky Tipper 17. Briony Marshall 18. Candy Hilton 19. Celine Moniot 20. Charity Blansit 21. Chrissy Lamaster 22. Christina Fisher 23. Claire Hickey 24. Dagmara Bilon 25. Daniela Dente 26. Diana Teresa Gutierres 27. EL Putnam 28. Emilie McDermott 29. Emma Finucane 30. Emma Hirsk 31. Erin Dooley 32. Evie Demetriou 33. Fernando Marcus 34. Grace Acton 35. Helen Knowles 36. Ines Seidel 37. Irene Lusztig 38. Jayne Glennie 39. Jayne Walling 40. Jen Oldknow 41. Jessica Bladford 42. Jessica Marielle Rose 43.Jill Skulina 44. Joana Gifford 45. Jolene Farren 46. Julie Swindel 47. Karin Sandberg 48. Kata Szanyi 49. Katarina Marchant 50. Kate Spence 51. Katherine Howe 52. Katherine Mitchell 53. Kathryn Daley 54. Katrin Albrecht 55. Kirsty Mather 56. Lara Gonzalez 57. Laura Ganhy 58.Lauren Broom59. Lex Ward 60.Leticia Valverdes 61. Liz Layton 62. Luciana Rosado 63. Luise Camrass 64.Lynn Lu 65. Lynn Weddle 66. Maja Hill 67. Maja Spasova 68. Margreet Sweerts 69. Mariana Redelico 70. Marije Roos 71. Marilyn Kyle 72 . Mary Rouncefield 73. Maru Meleniou 74. Matilda Tristram 75. Megan Wynne 76.Melanie Kloetzel 77. Mieke Vanmechelen 78.Miffy Ryan 79. Milka Panayotova 80. Minna Dubin 81.Natasha Stanic 82. Natasha Rivett Carnac 83. Navidad Santiago 84.Nicola Canavan 85.Nomi Mcleod 86.NusaPavko 87. Oriana Fox 88.Patricia Shrigley 89. Rachael Edgar 90. Rada Yakova 91. Renata Vincoletto 92.Roberta de Caro 93.Romena Fogliati 94. Romina Kolb 95. Rose Gibbs 96. Philippa Nielsen 97. Saba Saleem 98. Sadia Rehman 99. Samantha Rose 100. Sarah Nicolls 101. Sarah Lightman102. Sarah McKenzie 103. Sarawut Chutiwongpeti 104.Sharon Boothroyd 105. Shirley Kwok-Choon 106. Silvia Ziranek 107. Simona Bormida 108. Sophie Starzenski 109. Susan Merrick 110. Tina Hoffman 111. Trina Quandt 112. Valeria Sanguini 113. 114 Yvette Miller 115. Alison Philp 116. Anna Kell 117. Bethan Hamilton 118. Beth Goobic 119. Carrie Scanga 120. Elisaveta Sivas 121. Ewa Goral 122. Helen Sargeant 123. Lucy Pierce 124. Melissa Hekkers 125. Melissa Thomas 126. Rachel Fallon 127. Rosso Art 128. Ruth Gray 129. Sara Irvin 130. Tracey Kershaw. Procreate Project Photozine Archive This collection is housed at The Womens’s Art Library/Make, Goldsmiths University of London.
school of arts & creative industries
london south bank university