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“The stability of nature can no longer be taken for granted”

Recently landed: “The stability of nature can no longer be taken for granted”, a new article on Marginalia (by Gracia) looks at our functioning (or not) ecosystem on the page as part of our forthcoming exhibition, It came like light out of the walls

A Pacific walrus rests at the top of steep cliffs in Russia, still from ‘Frozen Worlds’ episode, Our Planet, 2019 (image credit: Sophie Lanfear/Silverback/Netflix)

In the direction that one is facing

Recently landed: In the direction that one is facing, a new article on Marginalia (by Gracia) takes a look at a suite of prints currently being created as part of French Connections

French Connections process at the Australian Print Workshop

Preorder an edition of Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds

While the preorder campaign (to assist with the printing costs) has folded its wings, it is still possible to reserve a copy of Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds through our online store.

We will be releasing the book from our stall at this year's NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair, where you are welcome to pick up your preordered copies from us (from Friday the 17th to Sunday the 19th of March, 2017).

Digital mock-up of one of five different hand-cut bird inserts

29 hours remaining

With only 29 hours remaining on our pozible campaign forour artists' book printed edition of #PrattleScoopTrembling, we are looking forward to hearing the running movement of the press.  

Thank-you for your cheer, donations, and preorders, each and every one of you.
(Pleasing sound in the above linked instagram video courtesy of a Heidelberger Tiegel letterpress.)

The Wedge-tailed eagle (Aquila addax) oversees the countdown

Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds

We are looking forward to installing our artists' book, Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds upon the shelves and plinths of Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery as part of their exhibition, Birds: Flight Paths in Australian Art, which runs until the 12th of February, 2017.

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#PrattleScoopTrembling

A female Magnificent riflebird (Ptiloris magnificus) from our most recent artists' book, Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds

Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds

Work on our forthcoming artists' book, Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds, is well underway.

It will be exhibited as part of Birds: Flight paths in Australian art, at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, early December, 2016.

Prattle, scoop, trembling, taking shape on the working table

Prattle, scoop, trembling

Recently landed: Prattle, scoop, trembling, a new article on Marginalia (by Gracia) reveals an artists' book as it takes form in readiness for exhibition as part of Birds: Flight paths in Australian art, at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

Our artists' book, Prattle, scoop, trembling: a flutter of Australian birds, is taking form

Animal Instinct

You're invited to Animal Instinct, a group exhibition at Metropolis Gallery

Animal Instinct
Anita Barrett, Dean Bowen, Jazmina Cininas, Rona Green, Bridget Farmer, Lucy Hardie, Gracia Haby + Louise Jennison, Sheridan Jones, Kyoko Imazu, Adrian Lockhart, John Ryrie, Judi Singleton, Jess Szigethy-Gyula, Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Deborah Williams, Gail Willoughby

Metropolis Gallery
64 Ryrie Street, Geelong, Victoria

Saturday the 5th of March – Saturday 19th March

In the borrowed evening jacket inspired by the heavens, designed by Elsa Schiaparelli, c. 1937, with an American bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus) and Closer to natural (American bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus)), created especially for Animal Instinct