Reading Artists Writing

9 Aug 2012

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SE Barnet has been reader in residence for six weeks in the reading room at Banner Repeater, during the exhibition: Diagrammatic Form, reading from The Müleskinders: A Prototype Publication, a project initiated by Neil Chapman and David Stent, includin


Barnet's response to The Müleskinders, makes diagrammatic connections apparent with readings and performative excerpts in response to the works held loosely unbound in the prototype publication, developed over her six week residency. All are very welcome to join us. The Müleskinders:A Prototype Publication is an inquiry into preparation and its diagrammatics. An ecology of process in creative work relies on certain animating and vitalising elements, the contingency of which makes them notoriously difficult to locate. But to think of the elements as diagrams, it is proposed, offers a new and helpful perspective. Müleskinders: Prototype Publication draws on a larger project (The Müleskinders) in which a number of artists and writers have been invited to respond to photographic images of obscure origin, to demonstrate how textual material emerges from the visual and vice versa. Prototype Publication stills the Müleskinders project in development, providing the material to be re-organised, to be opened to the influences of other work, and thus to delegate and extend the diagramming beyond the project's established parameters. The Müleskinders:A Prototype Publication contributions from: David Berridge, Stuart Calton, Julia Calver, Neil Chapman, Susanne Clausen, Arnaud Desjardin, Ruth Maclennan, Katy Macleod, John Mullarkey, Tamarin Norwood, Simon O'Sullivan, Katrina Palmer, Francesco Pedraglio, Bridget Penney, John Russell, John Russell, Ola Stà ¥hl, David Stent, Andy Weir and Italo Zuffi.


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