AMBruno: Lists etc.











An exhibition of artists’ books recently purchased by Leeds College of Art Library

1st September – 19th December 2014

Do To Do  by Sophie Loss

Sophie Loss, “Do To Do”, Edition of 12

Artists group AMBruno explore the theme of lists where the many possibilities of form and purpose are shown through words, drawings, images, materials and diagrams.

There are narratives of desire, bibliographies, chronologies, shipping forecasts, fetishes, diaries, collections, crimes and ambiguities.

The collection was selected by Gustavo Grandal-Montero and first shown at Pages: International Contemporary Artists’ Book Fair at The Tetley, Leeds, 2014.

AMBruno are Marco Cali, Kathryn Faulkner, Judy Goldhill, Barbara Greene, Jane Grisewood, Ingrid Jensen, Lydia Julien, Sharon Kivland, Philip Lee, Sophie Loss, John McDowall, Sumi Perera, Steve Perfect and Anne Rook.

Barbara Greene, “Gale Warnings: The Shipping Forecast for Wednesday 1st January 2014”, Edition of 4

The Library,
Leeds College of Art,
Vernon Street,
LS2 8PH.
0113 2028000

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