open fields print compilation

Jessie Lymn & the Rizzeria

Friday 30 April, 2010, 7 to 10pm

Serial Space

Motivated by a desire to ephemerally capture traces of Open Fields, a collective publication will be curated, edited, typeset leading up to and during Open Fields.

A live print session on the closing night at Serial Space will complete the collection process; using the analogue/mechanical technology of the Risograph stencil printer (courtesy of the Rizzeria), two dimensional remants of the three days will be printed over Open Fields text. Spot colours, live printing, communal collation and a take home publication will all feature.

Jessie is currently a PhD student at UTS, a member of the Rizzeria stencil print collective, a marmalade maker and will cook you dinner if you ask.

Her research project considers archival spaces outside of traditional institutional archives. Using zines as a specific site of research, she is exploring spaces of memory making and collection through practice.


1 Response to “open fields print compilation”

  1. 1 Cara April 21, 2010 at 12:10 pm

    is that Texas crawling in front of the rizzeria sign in the photo? I might have to co-opt this image of him into my A5 submission. Yes of course i look forward to some collective printing on closing night. x cara

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A two day forum of creative research, experimentation and practice held from April 28-30 at the University of Technology, Sydney, and Serial Space Gallery, Chippendale.

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