Author: Kay Higgins

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Book Launch for 2nd BARTLEBY REVIEW anthology, Saturday October 17th

Readings and Book Launch for BARTLEBY REVIEW: 21–40 Saturday, October 17th, 7pm Publication Studio Vancouver, 222 E Georgia St Publication Studio Vancouver presents the launch of BARTLEBY REVIEW: 21–40, a compilation of the last twenty issues of Vancouver’s free and occasional leaflet of criticism and other writing. Featuring an introduction by Peter Gazendam and a new design by Jaz Halloran. Please join us at the launch for readings by past contributors, Kara Hansen and Ingrid Olauson. BARTLEBY publishes writing… read more Book Launch for 2nd BARTLEBY REVIEW anthology, Saturday October 17th

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Places of a Present Past — book launch Tuesday, October 13

Tuesday, October 13 2015, 7pm Publication Studio Vancouver, 222 East Georgia Street, Vancouver BC This event is presented by Publication Studio Vancouver as part of the Vancouver Art/Book Fair’s open-source event series Artists’ Books Week. Publication Studio Vancouver is pleased to host the Canadian launch of Places of a Present Past, published by Publication Studio Hudson and Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts. Join us on Tuesday, October 13 at 7pm for presentations… read more Places of a Present Past — book launch Tuesday, October 13

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Opening Friday, February 27: Rock and Roll Meeting

Rock and Roll Meeting: Selected Print Works from the ASL Archive February 28 to April 18, 2015 Opening reception February 27 at 8pm Publication Studio Vancouver Publication Studio is pleased to present ‘Rock And Roll Meeting’, an exhibition of selected print works from the archive of ASL. These works are drawn from ASL’s vast collection of posters, zines, books and reports that were originally created to document the organization’s research into diverse topics such as… read more Opening Friday, February 27: Rock and Roll Meeting

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Trapp Editions: Love & Ornament

Trapp Editions: Love & Ornament 5 December 2014 to 14 February 2015 Reception: Saturday, 13 December at 2pm Publication Studio Vancouver, 222 East Georgia Street Publication Studio Vancouver is pleased to present ‘Trapp Editions: Love & Ornament’, an exhibition by Trapp Projects/Patrik Andersson featuring work by Claire Greenshaw, Tony Romano, Isabelle Pauwels, Kathy Slade, T&T (Tony Romano & Tyler Brett), Martin Kuhn, Cameron Kerr and Jacques Villeglé. The exhibition launches a new edition Love and… read more Trapp Editions: Love & Ornament

ISSUE 3.5
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ISSUE 3.5 launch

Please join us at Publication Studio Vancouver on Friday, November 28, from 5 to 8pm for the launch of ISSUE 3.5. ISSUE 3.5 features contributions by Simon Fraser University’s FPA 319W: Art Writing students and provides a glimpse of cultural activities that occurred in and around Vancouver in the Fall of 2014. This special issue includes interviews with Ian Wallace, Hildegard Westerkamp, William B. Davis, Christopher Owens, and Deanna Peters as well as exhibiton, fiim,… read more ISSUE 3.5 launch

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Art, Debt, Creativity, Struggle: Resistance to Financialization in the Speculative Times

Talk by Max Haiven Thursday, October 16 2014, 7pm Presented by SFU Institute for the Humanities at Publication Studio Vancouver, 222 East Georgia Street, Vancouver BC How does debt and today’s debt-driven capitalism shape or inhibit creativity and the lives and communities of artists, poets, designers, performers and other creative people? How has debt-driven capitalism conscripted or consumed the idea of creativity for its own purposes, spinning dangerous myths of “creative capitalism,” the “creative class,”… read more Art, Debt, Creativity, Struggle: Resistance to Financialization in the Speculative Times

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New York and London

We’re away from the studio this week with tables at both the 2014 New York Art Book Fair at PS1, and the 2014 London Art Book Fair at Whitechapel Gallery. We’ll be back in the studio on October 1st, in time to prepare a few publications that will be launching at the Vancouver Art Book Fair (October 5th and 6th at the Vancouver Art Gallery).

Rethinking Globality
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Rethinking Globally: Poetry after Globalization – A series of readings, screenings and lectures

As part of Jeff Derksen’s SFU graduate seminar Rethinking Globally: Poetry after Globalization, Publication Studio Vancouver will be holding a series of readings, screenings and talks. All these occasions are open to anyone interested in poetics and publicness. June 25 at 7pm – Documentarity and Poetics: Cecily Nicholson reading her new book, ‘From the Poplars’, in its entirety, followed by a discussion on documentary strategies in poetics. July 2 at 7pm – Screening: Documentarity &… read more Rethinking Globally: Poetry after Globalization – A series of readings, screenings and lectures

Myfanwy MacLeod - Whole Lotta Love
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Dave Allen, Lotta Antonsson, Brady Cranfield, Myfanwy MacLeod: Whole Lotta Love

Whole Lotta Love Dave Allen Lotta Antonsson Brady Cranfield Myfanwy MacLeod April 12 to June 21, 2014 Closing Party Friday June 20 at 8pm Publication Studio Vancouver is pleased to present Whole Lotta Love, a group exhibition featuring the work of Dave Allen, Lotta Antonsson, Brady Cranfield and Myfanwy MacLeod. The exhibition looks at the relationship between art and publishing through the unlikely lens of rock and roll and in particular, the music of Led… read more Dave Allen, Lotta Antonsson, Brady Cranfield, Myfanwy MacLeod: Whole Lotta Love

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James Hoff: Every Second One Hundred Bolts of Lightning Strike the Earth

ISBN 9781927385135 80pp 7.5″x9″ $15 The invocation of time in statistics is often meant to convey the urgency of a political or social cause, or at other times stun the reader with the temporal scale of a natural occurrence. Combined in this volume, the sequential incidents happening every second form a narrative that loops back from rhetoric to the everyday.