book art

book shelf

Book Shelf was made on the tenth anniversary of the publication of Palmy Days – the artists first foray into publishing.  Printed with an inheritance from her grandfather, the many boxes of Palmy Days have followed the artist around the world.  After a decade of moving on, this piece represents letting go and restructuring, as the unwanted books become a shaky framework on which to build.

art books

Available via Askance Publishing.  For other writing please visit the “published” page 

Magazine:2012 – a collaborative work by Caroline Jaine & Janice Wilkins whose work is presented in a catalogue for a show that didn’t happen at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.  For more about this work and a free download click here.

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Getting There. Interviews with five migrants living in the UK and turned into an adventure game.  Short-listed for the Searle Award for Creativity in 2012

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Palmy Days, 2002 – Sri Lanka’s Children in Photographs

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A Portrait of Cambridge and Karachi, 2011 – Juxtaposed images of the two cities.  This book work forms part of the Cambridge Karachi Portrait.

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Throng is a participatory essay put together as an ironic exploration of participatory art and other practice.  For a free download visit the dedicated site.

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