CPL-7

Tyrone Williams
Chiasm Book Signing
Offprint, Photo London (UK)
17.05.24

CPF-20.

Ghent Art Book Fair
Ghent (BE)
2024

CP16.

Tyrone Williams & Madison Dinelle
Chiasm

  • Silver foil Hardcover
  • 116 x 156mm
  • Digital Printing
  • 100 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 100
  • November 2023
  • Cover design and typesetting by Jesse Osborne-Lanthier
  • Forward by Callum Beaney
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Many photographers have experimented with the 'Call & Response' model of collaboration, where images function like links in a chain — a visual duel, or game of chess. This book, in which these two photographers pair up their photographs, feels more to me like a matching card game.“Chiasm” describes in biology the point at which two filamentous structures like a tendon or nerve diagonally intersect in an X, most notably the nerves connecting each eyeball to the brain’s opposite hemisphere. In language, chiasmusdescribes a compound sentence in which, without word repetition, the first half’s grammar is inverted in the second.Take the second spread. The metal fence gives definition to the green fabric beneath, the ripples’ form structured by the shadow projected upon it. On the right, reflections in undulating metal break down the green wall’s structure. They are parallel in content; in relationship, inverted. As discrete visual objects, they achieve a kind of synthesis.Though contrived well with the art of close selection, all these pictures are true to reality; they aren’t heavily manipulated, aren’t synthetic. We see these things in daily life, and there little of the broken brickwork, tangled wires, street puddles, plastic packaging and garish shop signs are things we particularly want to notice.

Yet here their aesthetic potential is recognised and demonstrated. There is real value in sharing such curios with others, for, through love of visual communication, a project like Chiasm might emerge. As Dinelle & Williams have, two people might find crossover in their ways of seeing — each side sharing a little of the other, but never quite overlapping.

Chiasm
Chiasm
Chiasm
Chiasm
Chiasm

Many photographers have experimented with the 'Call & Response' model of collaboration, where images function like links in a chain — a visual duel, or game of chess. This book, in which these two photographers pair up their photographs, feels more to me like a matching card game.“Chiasm” describes in biology the point at which two filamentous structures like a tendon or nerve diagonally intersect in an X, most notably the nerves connecting each eyeball to the brain’s opposite hemisphere. In language, chiasmusdescribes a compound sentence in which, without word repetition, the first half’s grammar is inverted in the second.Take the second spread. The metal fence gives definition to the green fabric beneath, the ripples’ form structured by the shadow projected upon it. On the right, reflections in undulating metal break down the green wall’s structure. They are parallel in content; in relationship, inverted. As discrete visual objects, they achieve a kind of synthesis.Though contrived well with the art of close selection, all these pictures are true to reality; they aren’t heavily manipulated, aren’t synthetic. We see these things in daily life, and there little of the broken brickwork, tangled wires, street puddles, plastic packaging and garish shop signs are things we particularly want to notice.

Yet here their aesthetic potential is recognised and demonstrated. There is real value in sharing such curios with others, for, through love of visual communication, a project like Chiasm might emerge. As Dinelle & Williams have, two people might find crossover in their ways of seeing — each side sharing a little of the other, but never quite overlapping.

CPF-19.

Bound Art Book Fair
Manchester (UK)
2023

Chiasm

CPF-18.

BOP
Bristol (UK)
2023

Chiasm

CPM-5.

Taxi Cab Industries
Rosa Alba / Rosa Gallica

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Scarf by Taxi Cab Industries 


Rosa Alba / Rosa Gallica Scarf
Rosa Alba / Rosa Gallica Scarf
Rosa Alba / Rosa Gallica Scarf
Rosa Alba / Rosa Gallica Scarf

Scarf by Taxi Cab Industries 


CP15.

Sophie Stafford
New Western Bingo

  • De-bossed softcover
  • 203.2 x 254mm
  • Digital printing
  • 24 pages
  • 1st Edition of 90
  • December 2022
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New Western Bingo opened on Eyre Avenue in Armley, Leeds in 1964. Located in what was once the Palace Picture Hall, in 1964 the space underwent a conversion to become an independent bingo club, New Western Bingo

In October 2016, a fire broke out in a neighbouring sauna and spread to the bingo hall roof. The club was subsequently demolished, and an empty loft left in the place of where the bingo hall once was, there are now plans to build housing on the land where it once stoo.

Prior to the fire, Sophie Stafford visited the bingo hall in 2013 over the course of a year photographed the hall, it s regular members and its employees. This book is a collection of images before the fire, a memorial to the lost bingo hall and a celebration of its original members and employees.

New Western Bingo
New Western Bingo
New Western Bingo

New Western Bingo opened on Eyre Avenue in Armley, Leeds in 1964. Located in what was once the Palace Picture Hall, in 1964 the space underwent a conversion to become an independent bingo club, New Western Bingo

In October 2016, a fire broke out in a neighbouring sauna and spread to the bingo hall roof. The club was subsequently demolished, and an empty loft left in the place of where the bingo hall once was, there are now plans to build housing on the land where it once stoo.

Prior to the fire, Sophie Stafford visited the bingo hall in 2013 over the course of a year photographed the hall, it s regular members and its employees. This book is a collection of images before the fire, a memorial to the lost bingo hall and a celebration of its original members and employees.

CPL-6.

Sophie Stafford
New Western Bingo Launch
Village, Leeds (UK)
16.12.22

New Western Bingo

CP14.

Jim Brook
You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.

  • De-bossed Hardcover
  • 148 x 105mm
  • Digital Printing
  • 148 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 23
  • October 2022
  • Cover design and typesetting by Tom Hodkin
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Our second publication with artist Jim Brook documents Ronnie O'Sullivan's record 147 break in the same amount of images.
You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.
You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.
You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.
You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.
You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.
Our second publication with artist Jim Brook documents Ronnie O'Sullivan's record 147 break in the same amount of images.

CPF-17.

Bound Art Book Fair
Manchester (UK)
2022

You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.

CPF-16.

Recreo, Valencia Art Book Fair
Valencia (ES)
2022

You Kind Of Smell it, This Is It, It's On.

CPM-4.

Luke Pickering
ISM T-shirt

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T-shirt for Luke Pickering's publication ISM.

DTG printed photograph
Screen printed sleeve
100% cotton
ISM T-shirt
ISM T-shirt
ISM T-shirt
ISM T-shirt
T-shirt for Luke Pickering's publication ISM.

DTG printed photograph
Screen printed sleeve
100% cotton

CP13.

Luke Pickering
ISM

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ISM by Luke Pickering (CP13)

ISM is Luke Pickering’s latest publication a year and half worth of photographs, attempting to capture moments and experiences that he saw as profound, uncanny and meaningful.
ISM
ISM
ISM
ISM
ISM
ISM
ISM
ISM
ISM by Luke Pickering (CP13)

ISM is Luke Pickering’s latest publication a year and half worth of photographs, attempting to capture moments and experiences that he saw as profound, uncanny and meaningful.

CPL-5.

Luke Pickering
ISM Launch
Village, Manchester (UK)
23.09.22

ISM

CPF-15.

Miss Read, Berlin Art Book Fair
Berlin (DE)
2022

ISM

CP12.

Kat Wood
Skudde

  • Hard-case cover
  • Hand sewn
  • 280 x 210mm
  • Foil blocked cover
  • Digital printing
  • 1st Edition of 70
  • April 2022
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Skudde, a breed of sheep native to Lithuania and also the title of Kat Wood's new project is an unfiltered and personal account of shepherding a flock of sheep in Nida, Lithuania. A documentation of alternative agricultural grazing methods, the oldest and most natural way to preserve meadows and woodlands.

Working under the project title ‘The Shepherd’s Residency’ artist Kat Wood took on the role of the Shepherd during the summer of 2021, walking with a flock of sheep through Grobštas forest for several hours each day.

Skudde is split into three different publications; the first one features a mix of portraits and landscapes, highlighting scientific research by Curonian Spit National Park, alongside raw photographs of lambing, dog attacks and friendships. The second draws parallels between the experience of Shepherding in Lithuania to Wood’s experience of hill-farming in the North of England. The last publication is a documentation of textiles and wooden frames Wood has produced using by-products from the project. All three publications are bound using hand spun sheeps wool from the flock of sheep and are bound into one hard-back case.
Skudde
Skudde, a breed of sheep native to Lithuania and also the title of Kat Wood's new project is an unfiltered and personal account of shepherding a flock of sheep in Nida, Lithuania. A documentation of alternative agricultural grazing methods, the oldest and most natural way to preserve meadows and woodlands.

Working under the project title ‘The Shepherd’s Residency’ artist Kat Wood took on the role of the Shepherd during the summer of 2021, walking with a flock of sheep through Grobštas forest for several hours each day.

Skudde is split into three different publications; the first one features a mix of portraits and landscapes, highlighting scientific research by Curonian Spit National Park, alongside raw photographs of lambing, dog attacks and friendships. The second draws parallels between the experience of Shepherding in Lithuania to Wood’s experience of hill-farming in the North of England. The last publication is a documentation of textiles and wooden frames Wood has produced using by-products from the project. All three publications are bound using hand spun sheeps wool from the flock of sheep and are bound into one hard-back case.

CPL-4.

Kat Wood
Skudde Launch
Village, Manchester (UK)
14.04.22

Skudde

CP11.

Sisi Savidge
Nice Weather

  • Perfect bound
  • 190 x 110mm
  • 56 pages
  • 1st Edition
  • Edition 0f 70
  • November 2021
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A collection of poems by Berlin based artist Sisi Savidge.

"We drip through our days, connecting faster in flirt-filled springs before summer, hoping to enjoy the weather without ever needing to talk about it. Ending this kitchen sweetness, our pints spill onto carpets littered with rust as the sweat from our eyelids is once again dry and we look into the faces of the people we knew how to love; realising all that is left and quiet between us."

Nice Weather
Nice Weather
Nice Weather
Nice Weather
Nice Weather

A collection of poems by Berlin based artist Sisi Savidge.

"We drip through our days, connecting faster in flirt-filled springs before summer, hoping to enjoy the weather without ever needing to talk about it. Ending this kitchen sweetness, our pints spill onto carpets littered with rust as the sweat from our eyelids is once again dry and we look into the faces of the people we knew how to love; realising all that is left and quiet between us."

CPL-3.

Sisi Savidge
Nice Weather Launch
ORi Berlin, Berlin (DE)
26.11.21

CPF-14.

Bound Art Book Fair
Manchester (UK)
2021

Nice Weather

CPF-13.

Vancouver Art Book Fair [online]
Vancouver (CA)
2021

Nice Weather

CPF-12.

Recreo, Valencia Art Book Fair
Valencia (ES)
2021

Nice Weather

CP10.

Rob Eaton
Of Dark Matter

  • Softcover
  • 205 x 260mm
  • Digital Printing
  • 56 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 50
  • March 2021
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“A black ominous shape forms - we have no context, it is simply present. It forms in a mass of dark pixels.

The low resolution tree branches which line the border spaces make it all too mundane - the edge of a field cloaked in mud. As we look at the images we’re not sure what to make of them, all too reminiscent of the all telling truth of close circuit television, but also too vague to ever fall in line with the usual documentarian photobook.

Pages flick past, a narrative is formed - only to be dismissed as the landscape changes entirely, and this initial form is thrown away. Nothing is real, but it is all too real. The pixel is now our only real truth, and even that is now manipulated and twisted in the age of the livestream where nothing is experienced as the real.

This intangible mass passes us, unattainable, we are now but a spectator to reality, with no authority over it. We look on, as this mass rolls on. It affects us, but we cannot change it as it passes. The greys and browns mix over the course, their muddiness a reflection of our own clarity of vision towards the world.”

Wes Foster

Of Dark Matter
Of Dark Matter
Of Dark Matter
Of Dark Matter
Of Dark Matter

“A black ominous shape forms - we have no context, it is simply present. It forms in a mass of dark pixels.

The low resolution tree branches which line the border spaces make it all too mundane - the edge of a field cloaked in mud. As we look at the images we’re not sure what to make of them, all too reminiscent of the all telling truth of close circuit television, but also too vague to ever fall in line with the usual documentarian photobook.

Pages flick past, a narrative is formed - only to be dismissed as the landscape changes entirely, and this initial form is thrown away. Nothing is real, but it is all too real. The pixel is now our only real truth, and even that is now manipulated and twisted in the age of the livestream where nothing is experienced as the real.

This intangible mass passes us, unattainable, we are now but a spectator to reality, with no authority over it. We look on, as this mass rolls on. It affects us, but we cannot change it as it passes. The greys and browns mix over the course, their muddiness a reflection of our own clarity of vision towards the world.”

Wes Foster

CP09.

Penny Booth & Ffion Taverner
A Sculpted Land

  • November 2020
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"Impact and outcome it seems gentle in this moment, even in its coming to be it's only a change in time, could you bloom? This time the aftermath of water, emerged a new landscape, carving new pathways. Holding new possibilities textures, forms. Merely visitors we find our stage cracked and layered, peeling upwards from the ground a platform, a canvas built of clay, a sculpted land. The depth of orange curves of salt ground as pigment, ground up earth. The artist collaborates with you."

A Sculpted Land
A Sculpted Land
A Sculpted Land
A Sculpted Land
A Sculpted Land
A Sculpted Land
A Sculpted Land

"Impact and outcome it seems gentle in this moment, even in its coming to be it's only a change in time, could you bloom? This time the aftermath of water, emerged a new landscape, carving new pathways. Holding new possibilities textures, forms. Merely visitors we find our stage cracked and layered, peeling upwards from the ground a platform, a canvas built of clay, a sculpted land. The depth of orange curves of salt ground as pigment, ground up earth. The artist collaborates with you."

CPF-11.

Hypertext, Bound Art Book Fair [online]
Manchester (UK)
2020

A Sculpted Land

CPF-10.

Recreo, Valencia Art Book Fair [online]
Valencia (ES)
2020

A Sculpted Land

CPF-9.

Print Perform Present
Leeds (UK)
2020

A Sculpted Land

CPM-3.

Jim Brook

This Way For Fun T-shirt

CP08.

Jim Brook
This Way For Fun

  • Perfect Bound
  • 210 x 148mm
  • 88 pages
  • 1st Edition
  • Edition of 50
  • January 2020
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"The American road trip has an important place within the history of photography as David Campany outlines in his book ‘The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip’ (Aperture, New York. 2014). The many journeys of photographers travelling America and experiencing life on the road has resulted in iconic bodies of work that have contributed to our visual awareness of ‘American Surfaces’ (as Stephen Shore’s book title clearly articulates). In the series ‘This Way For Fun!’ we are presented with a different perspective and unusual view of some familiar American scenes. Brook’s online American road trip through open access CCTV cameras offers a different insight.

Whilst the images themselves are intriguing, this series also manages to capture something outside of the frame. ‘This Way For Fun!’ is able to represent the state of mind of a nation. The security conscious individuals who set up cameras to keep watch over banal scenes manage to communicate their fear, paranoia and insecurities to the viewer. This series also outlines the many opportunities for voyeurism with new technology. Photography has often been described as a ‘window on the world’, maybe ‘cameras of the world’ would be appropriate to describe the sheer scale of cameras available that Brook was able to utilise, unbeknown to the individuals who installed them.

Please pay attention as you travel through these pages. These seemingly quiet and distant images of an America devoid of people, captured using surveillance technology, may appear banal on the surface but they reveal far more than there is to see here. Enjoy the ride!"

- Adrian Davies

This Way For Fun
This Way For Fun
This Way For Fun
This Way For Fun

"The American road trip has an important place within the history of photography as David Campany outlines in his book ‘The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip’ (Aperture, New York. 2014). The many journeys of photographers travelling America and experiencing life on the road has resulted in iconic bodies of work that have contributed to our visual awareness of ‘American Surfaces’ (as Stephen Shore’s book title clearly articulates). In the series ‘This Way For Fun!’ we are presented with a different perspective and unusual view of some familiar American scenes. Brook’s online American road trip through open access CCTV cameras offers a different insight.

Whilst the images themselves are intriguing, this series also manages to capture something outside of the frame. ‘This Way For Fun!’ is able to represent the state of mind of a nation. The security conscious individuals who set up cameras to keep watch over banal scenes manage to communicate their fear, paranoia and insecurities to the viewer. This series also outlines the many opportunities for voyeurism with new technology. Photography has often been described as a ‘window on the world’, maybe ‘cameras of the world’ would be appropriate to describe the sheer scale of cameras available that Brook was able to utilise, unbeknown to the individuals who installed them.

Please pay attention as you travel through these pages. These seemingly quiet and distant images of an America devoid of people, captured using surveillance technology, may appear banal on the surface but they reveal far more than there is to see here. Enjoy the ride!"

- Adrian Davies

CPL-2.

Jim Brook
This Way for Fun! Launch
Village, Leeds (UK)
31.01.20

This Way For Fun

CPF-8.

Index Art Book Fair
Mexico City (MEX)
2020

This Way For Fun

CP07.

Liam Bonham
Working Backwards

  • Hardcover
  • 210 x 160mm
  • Digital Printing
  • 30 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 30
  • January 2020
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This publication started with just a simple method of binding with no thought on its content or purpose. The orange book cloth used for the cover was salvaged from a skip where the artist works.


The orange colour was an obvious starting point for the content, so the artist revisited his personal archive for images with orange in them. The way these forgotten images have been repurposed reflects the way that the book cloth was discovered, dug up from nothing in particular.

Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards
Working Backwards

This publication started with just a simple method of binding with no thought on its content or purpose. The orange book cloth used for the cover was salvaged from a skip where the artist works.


The orange colour was an obvious starting point for the content, so the artist revisited his personal archive for images with orange in them. The way these forgotten images have been repurposed reflects the way that the book cloth was discovered, dug up from nothing in particular.

CPF-7.

Bound Art Book Fair
Manchester (UK)
2019

Working Backwards

CPF-6.

Vienna Art Book Fair #1
Vienna (AUT)
2019

Working Backwards

CPF-5.

Wiels Art Book Fair
Brussels (BEL)
2019

Working Backwards

CP06.

Kat Wood
Prawn Dumpling

  • Softcover
  • 230 x 160mm
  • Digital Printing
  • 32 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 50
  • August 2019
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Kathryn Wood studied Fine Art Photography at the Glasgow School of Art and is now working from her studio based hill-farm in The Peak District National Park.

Prawn Dumping is an environmentally-inspired photographic project, a mixture of images, performance and fractured narratives spliced together recounting several trips the artist made to various hill-farms in the North West of England. By relocating back to the farm that the artist was raised on, enables her to capture the everyday experiences of farming and rediscover the environment that she had grown increasingly detached from.

Central to Wood’s practice is a direct physical engagement with the labour of farming. During her trips to the Peak District National Park she began to take on the role of the farmer, from which she makes photographic works about the experience; the resultant works portray a personal insight into the implicit care and consideration small-scale farmers have for both their animals and their working and living environment.

Prawn Dumpling
Prawn Dumpling
Prawn Dumpling

Kathryn Wood studied Fine Art Photography at the Glasgow School of Art and is now working from her studio based hill-farm in The Peak District National Park.

Prawn Dumping is an environmentally-inspired photographic project, a mixture of images, performance and fractured narratives spliced together recounting several trips the artist made to various hill-farms in the North West of England. By relocating back to the farm that the artist was raised on, enables her to capture the everyday experiences of farming and rediscover the environment that she had grown increasingly detached from.

Central to Wood’s practice is a direct physical engagement with the labour of farming. During her trips to the Peak District National Park she began to take on the role of the farmer, from which she makes photographic works about the experience; the resultant works portray a personal insight into the implicit care and consideration small-scale farmers have for both their animals and their working and living environment.

CPL-1.

Kat Wood
Prawn Dumpling Launch
Rare Mags, Stockport (UK)
16.08.19

Prawn Dumpling

CPM-2.

Tote Bag

Tote Bag

CPF-4.

Format Book Market
Derby (UK)
2019

Tote Bag

CP05.

Thea Luckcock
18 Cups of Water

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"Water as a liquid we cannot live without. Often we disguise it in other things for pleasure, make it sweet, or hot.

In recordings from online lectures, interviews and panel discussions, where people talk at length with an intended audience, we perhaps see water in its simplest form.

The plainness of water in a glass can be its. As both clear materials combine to make something of almost unnoticeable substance. Here, water is transparent, both in its appearance, and as an action. Do we notice when someone takes a sip from a glass of water?

In a world of self-help talks taking a drink during a performance, could be a sign of weakness, a dependence on a material outside of our own resource, is it a prop, something to move, to turn our attention to, does it focus our thoughts, or go neglected?

To focus on objects has long been an exercise for artists, finding mediation in capturing the world of the visible in still life studies. In stillness we contemplate on our relationship as humans with the environment around us.

In these framed stills taken from videos of up to an hour in length, the water develops a story, a movement of its own as it is picked up, put down, and emptied, slowly."

18 Cups of Water
18 Cups of Water
18 Cups of Water
18 Cups of Water

"Water as a liquid we cannot live without. Often we disguise it in other things for pleasure, make it sweet, or hot.

In recordings from online lectures, interviews and panel discussions, where people talk at length with an intended audience, we perhaps see water in its simplest form.

The plainness of water in a glass can be its. As both clear materials combine to make something of almost unnoticeable substance. Here, water is transparent, both in its appearance, and as an action. Do we notice when someone takes a sip from a glass of water?

In a world of self-help talks taking a drink during a performance, could be a sign of weakness, a dependence on a material outside of our own resource, is it a prop, something to move, to turn our attention to, does it focus our thoughts, or go neglected?

To focus on objects has long been an exercise for artists, finding mediation in capturing the world of the visible in still life studies. In stillness we contemplate on our relationship as humans with the environment around us.

In these framed stills taken from videos of up to an hour in length, the water develops a story, a movement of its own as it is picked up, put down, and emptied, slowly."

CPF-3.

Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair
Bradford (UK)
2018

CPF-2.

Bound Art Book Fair
Manchester (UK)
2018

CP04.

Nicky Rat
Flyers

  • Concertina (x2)
  • 148 x 105mm (folded) - 297 x 420mm (flat)
  • Risograph Printing
  • 4 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 50
  • October 2018
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A annual collection of punk gig flyers designed by Nicky Rat from 25.04.17 - 28.09.18
Flyers
A annual collection of punk gig flyers designed by Nicky Rat from 25.04.17 - 28.09.18

CP03.

Joseph Grahame
Nothing New; Paintings, Photographs & Studies 2017-18 [Standard Edition]

  • Softcover
  • 200 x 250mm
  • Digital Printing & Risograph Printing
  • 36 Pages
  • 1st Edition of 100
  • October 2018
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Bringing together a survey of work in various forms from 2017-2018. Installation views, studies, photographs and details from paintings are carefully curated to engage the viewer in a conversation with what appears on the pages. These paintings explore process-led abstraction, improvisation and the possibilities of what it means to make paintings within contemporary art practice now.

10 copies of the 100, have been hand painted by the artist.

Nothing New; Paintings, Photographs & Studies 2017-18
Nothing New; Paintings, Photographs & Studies 2017-18

Bringing together a survey of work in various forms from 2017-2018. Installation views, studies, photographs and details from paintings are carefully curated to engage the viewer in a conversation with what appears on the pages. These paintings explore process-led abstraction, improvisation and the possibilities of what it means to make paintings within contemporary art practice now.

10 copies of the 100, have been hand painted by the artist.

CP02.

Ffion Kilby, Harry Hunter, Liam Bonham
Don't Pull it Down, Don't Pull it Down

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Don't pull it down, portrays the Salford pubs of old, as a space where the personality of the institution is dictated by that of the landlord and not the brand.

"Don't pull it down, don't pull it down. You're crushing old Salford right to the ground. Don't pull it down, don't pull it down. Our pub is our pleasure, our pleasure is our own."

Archive photographs from the Salford Local History Library.

Don't Pull it Down, Don't Pull it Down

Don't pull it down, portrays the Salford pubs of old, as a space where the personality of the institution is dictated by that of the landlord and not the brand.

"Don't pull it down, don't pull it down. You're crushing old Salford right to the ground. Don't pull it down, don't pull it down. Our pub is our pleasure, our pleasure is our own."

Archive photographs from the Salford Local History Library.

CPF-1.

Open Eye Gallery,
Liverpool (UK)
2018

CPM-1.

MMXVII Scarf

MMXVII Scarf

CP01.

Liam Bonham
More Than Rock

More Than Rock