Exhibition

45WPM

13 Sep 2013 – 12 Oct 2013

Event times

Every Saturday from 12 until 18. Also open Sunday the 15th of Septemebr

Cost of entry

free

The Mews Project Space

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Bus: 205, 106, 254
  • Tube: Algate
  • Train: Whitechapel

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45WPM a project by Sara MacKillop

About

45 wpm is an exhibition of artist books and sculptures that will occupy the entirety of The Mews Project Space. In the first room Sara MacKillop will present the new publication Typewriter Manual, volume 2, alongside associated sculptures. In The Common Room there will be a selection of Typewriter related artist's and non artists' books selected by the artist. This event is part of the Artists' Books Weekend 2013 The Artists' Book Weekend is an open affiliation celebration of Artist Books as a medium, and this year includes projects by Banner Repeater, X Marks the Bokship, and Or-bits.com Happening in parallel to the London Art Book Fair, it aims to complement the Whitechapel Gallery event by highlighting the medium of the Artist Book and other methods of multiple production, as well as encouraging people and spaces to put on events throughout the four day ‘weekend'. The Artists' Books Weekend (ABW) is open for anyone to participate. It is an umbrella name to an Open source style festival set every year according to the dates of the London Art Book Fair. This is a project started by The Mews and run by all participating organisations. The ABW's 2013 edition will run between the 12th of September and the 15th of the same month. Find out more here: http://artistbooksweekend.wordpress.com/participants-2013/ If you are in Vancouver between October 3rd and 6th 2013, then make sure you check the 1st edition of Vancouver's very own ABW Vancouver organised by Project Space

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