A Mobile Library

A Mobile Library adopts the function of a library while considering ways that publications, print media of all kinds, and the act of reading relate to contemporary art production.

This exhibition offers three different experiences of text: typographic design by Joseph Churchward and Kris Sowersby (in collaboration with graphic designer Duncan Forbes from The International Office); a reference library of loaned artists’ books and small press publications; a curated selection from graphic designer (and co-editor of The National Grid) Luke Wood’s library. Publications are essential to the way contemporary art is documented, circulated, promoted, and received. This exhibition suggests they represent a vital interface for contemporary art’s audience, and for its makers…

Until February 12, 2012
City Gallery, Wellington


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