Event

Marble Your Lungs With Silence

21 Apr 2018

Event times

6pm - Late

Cost of entry

Free for Book Fair
£10 For Concert

Telegraph Hill Centre

London
England, United Kingdom

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Marble Your Lungs With Silence is a celebration of three years of Snöar Press; championing a diverse selection of music and art publications on Saturday the 21st of April 2018

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Marble Your Lungs With Silence is a celebration of three years of Snöar Press; championing a diverse selection of music and art publications on Saturday the 21st of April 2018 at the Telegraph Centre, London 

Showcasing Music By:

Astrid Gnosis

CC Honeymoon

High Vis

Luxury

Never Worse

Revenue

World Radio

Showcasing Publications By:

Bricks Magazine

Bronze Age Editions

Ditto Press

Enlarge Your Memories

GRLMIC

Kiosk

Meanwhile Press

Palm* Studios

Photocopy Club

Shy Bairns

Snöar Press

Sort Zine

 

Saturday the 21st of April 2018

Telegraph Hill Centre, Kitto Road, London, SE14 5TY

Snöar Press is a London based publishing house founded by Ben Goulder dedicated to the production of limited edition books and zines of contemporary art. Launching in the spring on 2015, Snöar has released fifteen publications to date, curated three exhibitions and appeared at the national and international Book Fairs including Printed Matter's New York and LA Art Book Fairs.

Marble Your Lungs With Silence is a timestamp of Snöar Press in 2018 - comfortable in a fine art setting, comfortable in a more DIY setting but not necessarily fitting in to either. The intention behind the event it is to present an alternative to a traditional gallery or music venue and create an atmosphere more welcoming than a typical daytime book fair - encouraging people to stick around for the duration rather than leave as soon as they have looked around. Entrance to the fair is free with tickets to concert at £10 adv

The event has been curated by Ben Goulder and celebrates diversity across genre and landscapes. Musically the sounds include pop, post-punk, industrial, harsh noise, power electronics and field recordings with the book fair offering DIY zines, artist books, political magazines and more

Curators

Ben Goulder

Snöar Press

Exhibiting artists

Bricks Magazine

Luxury

Shy Bairns

GRLMIC

Enlarge Your Memories

Astrid Gnosis

Kiosk

Revenue

High Vis

World Radio

Sort Zine

Palm* Studios

Bronze Age Editions

Never Worse

CC Honeymoon

Snöar Press

Meanwhile Press

Photocopy Club

Ditto Press

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