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 #2
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 15-19 2017
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
What I believe makes this module like some others
stand out from their counterparts within other similar institutes
is it’s ability to take that much necessary additional step
which deals with the realisation of what happens
once a product has been made.
It is here that there is clear evidence of something special.
The collectively curated and themed programme and the
pop up shop is an excellent example of providing alternative
first hand potentially transformative models
for entrepreneurship and engagement for investment.
The production values of the books and zines demonstrated
a sophistication and detailed engagement with the craft.
Professor of Photography and Media
and Director of Coventry University’s
Disruptive Media Learning Lab
Nicolle Da Silva
Daniela de Moraes
Escola Superior de
Educacao de Viseu
Membrana photography magazine
with editor-in-chief Jan Babnik
to launch their bi-annual print publication
Hannah Tointon, To My Darling is now part of the V&A National Art Library Artists' Books Collection
school of arts & creative industries
london south bank university