Centre for Fine Print Research University of the West of England Centre for Fine Print Research
 

Sarah Bodman

Publications

Books

Books authored

Bodman, Sarah Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, Impact Press UWE Bristol, 3rd edition May 2010, ISBN 978-1-906501-05-1

Bodman, Sarah Creating Artists’ Books A & C Black, London, July 2005, ISBN 0 7136 6509 2 - 2nd edition, A & C Black, London, December 2007, ISBN 978-0-7136-6509-3 and Creating Artists’ Books

Watson-Guptill, New York, September 2005, ISBN 0 8230 1012 0

Bodman, Sarah Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, Impact Press UWE Bristol, August 2007, 2nd edition, ISBN 978-0-9547025-7-1

Bodman, Sarah Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, Impact Press UWE Bristol, July 2005, ISBN 0954702514

Books co-authored /co-edited

A Manifesto for the Book, Sarah Bodman and Tom Sowden, February 2010, ISBN 978-1-906501-04-4, 187pp

 

Books edited

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2014-2015 Impact Press, UWE Bristol, Sept 2013, ISBN 978-1-906501-07-5, 256 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2012-2013 Impact Press, UWE Bristol, Sept 2011, ISBN 978-1-906501-06-8, 254 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2010-2011 Impact Press, UWE Bristol, Sept 2009, ISBN 978-1-906501-02-0, 258 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2008-9, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, Sept 2007, ISBN 978-0-9547025-6-4, 208 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2006-2007, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2005,
ISBN 0 9543810 9 2, 184 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2003-5, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2003,
ISBN 0 9536076 9 0, 216 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor) Artist's Book Yearbook 2001-2, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2001,
ISBN 0 9536076 7 4, 126 pp


Chapters in books / Inclusion in recent publications:

‘Views Across the pages’, in Le livre d’artiste depuis 1980 en France et au Royaume-Uni. Editors: Anne Béchard-Léauté et Valentine Oncins, Université de Saint-Étienne, France, 2014, ISBN 978-286272-658-8, pp45-56

 

Of Green Leaf, Bird, and Flower: Artists’ Books and the Natural World. Edited by Elisabeth R. Fairman, Senior Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts. Yale Center for British Art, USA. Yale University Press, 2014, ISBN 978-0-300-20424-7, pp 223, 234, 235

 

‘New Pages: Celebrating the Book as a Democratic Multiple in a variety of 21st Century Forms’, in The Book is Alive!, Edited by Emmanuelle Waeckerlé & Richard Sawdon Smith, RGAP, Sheffield, UK, 2013, ISBN 978-0-9569024-5-0, pp122-129

 

Bodman S. & Sowden T. 'Some thoughts on the artist’s book in the 21st century', Book Art Object 2. Editors: Peter Koch and David Jury. Stanford University Press / Codex Foundation, CA, USA, November 2013. ISBN 978-0-911221-50-3, pp 22-24

 

Os “livros” são eléctricos: ‘Are 'Books' Electric? Some possibilities for the artist's book in the 21st Century’ in entre ser um e ser mil: o objecto livro e suas poéticas, editor Edith Derdyk, Senac, São Paulo, Brazil, ISBN 978 85 396 0359 6, April 2013, pp121 - 143

 

‘Life, the universe and everything: the artist's book as a means of theoretical, political and social consideration of the natural world’, Sarah Bodman, Intersections and Counterpoints, Proceedings of the Impact 7 International Multi-disciplinary Printmaking Conference, Monash University, Australia, 2013. ISBN 978-1-921867-56-9. Editor: Luke Morgan, pp70-74

 

‘A Manifesto for the Book: Book – Artist’s Book - Artist’s Publication – Book Art?’ Sarah Bodman and Tom Sowden, Intersections and Counterpoints, Proceedings of the Impact 7 International Multi-disciplinary Printmaking Conference, Monash University, Australia, 2013. ISBN 978-1-921867-56-9. Editor: Luke Morgan, pp75-80

 

‘Imaginary Shadows: Fictional Documentary Photography in Artists’ Books’, chapter in Photography and The Artist’s Book. Editors: Theresa Wilkie, Jonathan Carson, Rosie Miller. MuseumsEtc, Edinburgh, UK / Cambridge, USA. August 2012. ISBN: 978-1-907697-50-0, pp 252 - 271

 

1000 Artists’ Books: Exploring the Book as Art, Sandra Salamoney with Peter & Donna Thomas, Quarry Books, Beverly, MA, USA, 2012, pp 125, 243

 

Masters Book Arts: major works by leading artists, curated by Eileen Wallace, Lark Books, New York, April 2011, ISBN 978-1600594977, pp 208-215

 

Invited curator for Cahiers Intempestifs #26 "Made in Britain", ISBN: 978-2-911698-60-6, 23 x 28.5 cm, published November 2010, by Gutenberg Networks, France in a limited edition of 1000, 56 pages.

 

Invited curator for Cahiers Intempestifs #25 "Made in Britain", ISBN: 978-2-911698-58-3, 23 x 28.5 cm, published June 2010 by Gutenberg Networks, France in a limited edition of 1000, 56 pages.

 

Dmitry Sayenko, interviewed by Sarah Bodman, Artist's Book Yearbook 2010-2011, pp 16 – 25, September 2009, ISBN 978-1-906501-02-0

 

The Hybrid Lexicon: an overview of contemporary artists’ publishing in the UK and Ireland, using traditional and emerging technologies to create finely produced artists’ books inbook, art, object Editor: David Jury, The Codex Foundation, USA, Nov 2008, ISBN: 978 0 9817914 0 1, pp 35-55

 

Journals /Newsletters edited:

The Blue Notebook: journal for artists’ books, 64pp, biannual, Impact Press, October 2006 -,
ISSN 1751-1712 (print) ISSN 1751-1720 (online)

 

Book Arts Newsletter, 4-6 weekly, edited newsletter, Impact Press, 2002 -,
ISSN 1754-9086, published online: www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/banlists.htm

 

Journal Columns:

Artists’ Books column for Printmaking Today, Vol 17 No3 Autumn 2008 onwards,
ISSN 0960 9253

 

Artists’ books news column for ARLIS UK and Ireland news-sheet, March 2006 onwards,
ISSN 0308-809X

Academic / Professional Journal Articles published, 2009-2015

‘Paradise Lost: The compassionate and haptic nature of Tim Mosely’s Kanage pholu wanda’, Printmaking Today, Vol 23 No 4, Winter 2014, pp16-17

‘Story Time: Kate Bufton’s book sculptures’, Printmaking Today, Vol 23 No 3, Autumn 2014, p15

‘A Stitch in Time: artists’ books by Candace Hicks’, Printmaking Today, Vol 23 No 2, Summer 2014, p15 <

‘Readers and Dreamers: artists’ books by Mário Azevedo’, Printmaking Today, Vol 23 No 1, Spring 2014, p17  


‘Lost and Found: The Library of Lost Books’ Printmaking Today, Vol 22 No 4, Winter 2013, p15

‘Pack up your troubles; recent artists’ books on a topographical theme’ Printmaking Today, Vol 22 No 3, Autumn 2013, p15  

>‘Black Books: The use of colour in artists’ books’, Art in Print, Vol 3 No3, September – October 2013, pp4-10

‘Eyes on the Prize: the Sheffield International Artist’s Book Prize exhibition’, Printmaking Today, Vol 22 No 2, Summer 2013, p15

No Place Like Home: Angie Butler and Philippa Wood’s collaborative book project, Printmaking Today, Vol 21 No 4, Winter 2012, p13

The Phoenix of Baghdad: An Inventory of al-Mutanabbi Street, Illustration magazine, Autumn 2012, Issue 33, pp 34-39

Playing with Space: Artists’ books by Heidi Neilson, Printmaking Today, Vol 21 No 3, Autumn 2012, p15

‘Codex Event 8: An Australian and British Collaboration of pulp-printing, installation and artists’ books with Sarah Bodman, Paul Laidler, Tom Mosely, Monica Oppen and Tom Sowden 2011-2012’, by the artists. Imprint: The Quarterly Journal of the Print Council of Australia, Spring (September) 2012, Vol 47/No 3, pp 6-7

Against the Grain: Knust Print Collective, Printmaking Today, Vol 21 No 2, Summer 2012, p 27

Un Manifesto para o Livro (A Manifesto for the Book), Sarah Bodman and Tom Sowden, PLI Arte & Design No. 2/3 Entusiasmo, ESAD, Portugal, May 2012, ISSN 2182-2093, pp 43 - 59

Artists’ Books in Australia, Journal of Artists’ Books, JAB 31, USA, Spring 2012, pp16-23

Sound and Vision: Chromatic Fields, an artist’s book collaboration by Duncan Bullen and Jamie Croft, Printmaking Today Vol 21 No 1, Spring 2012, p33

Correspondence, 9th International Artists’ Books Festival, Poland, Printmaking Today Vol 20 No 4, Winter 2011, p15

Fully Booked: an advance stock check of a cornucopia of artist’s book fairs from Manchester to Moscow,
Printmaking Today Vol 20 No 3, Autumn 2011, p13

Just Add Water: the artists’ books collection at the Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE Bristol, UK, Central Booking Magazine, Central Booking, New York, September 2011, Vol II, issue 3, pp 6-7

Future Fantasteek! Jackie Batey’s zine series Printmaking Today Vol 20 No 2, Summer 2011, p15

From Fluxus to iPad: A very short history of artists' books, Cassone The International Online Magazine of Art and Art Books, July 2011 issue (www.cassone-art.com)

Station to Station: Follow-Ed, Printmaking Today Vol 20 No 1, Spring 2011, p17

The al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition: making a stand through print, IMPRINT, March 2011, Vol 46 No1. Published by the Print Council of Australia, pp26-27

A Bridge to Baghdad, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 4, Winter 2010, p17

Artists' Books and the Book Arts, Insight 2, Ace Foundation Newsletter, December 2010. www.acefoundation.org.uk

A multi-coloured life: the artists’ books of Klaus von Mirbach, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 3, Autumn 2010, p17

Of God and Small Things: artists’ books by Karen Hanmer, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 2, Summer 2010, p34

Northern Lights – A focus on Scandinavian Artists’ Books, Printmaking Today Vol 19 No 1, Spring 2010, p34

When is a Book not a Book? Bristol Review of Books, Issue 13, Spring 2010, pp8-10

Confounded Structure - Tina Hill’s Excavating Babel, Printmaking Today Vol 18 No 4, Winter 2009, p31

Primal Force, the artists’ books of Dmitry Sayenko Printmaking Today, Vol 18, No 3, Autumn 2009, p10

Made to Measure Online, artists’ books and the Internet, Printmaking Today, Vol 18, No 2, Summer 2009, p12

Les activités du Centre for Fine Print Research de Bristol (translated by Anne Béchard-Leauté), So Multiples Revue Française sur les éditions d'artistes contemporains, No. 3, June 2009, ISSN 1961-9618, (www.so-multiples.com/revue/numero03.php) pp1-12

Codex Event 6, Printmaking Today, Vol 18, No 1, Spring 2009, p12

 

Catalogue / commissioned Essays, 2009-2015

‘Shuffle and Cut: editing and re-presenting material in artists’ books’ in Index Project, Café Royal, UK, ISBN 978-0-9575867-1-0, 2014, pp5-7

 

‘Building with Books’ in Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here, published by the Center for Book Arts, New York, USA, September 2013, pp14-22

 

‘The Beauty Of The Book’, for the King St. Stephen Museum Fifth International Artists’ Book Exhibition, Hungary, May 2013, ISBN 978-963-9279-97-1, pp8-11

 

Artists’ Books: Document, Communicate, Disseminate. Commissioned essay for Café Royal’s 2013 Project, 2013. Words. ISBN 978-0-9575867-0-3, April 2013, pp 1-8

What do you want to make today? Commissioned essay for the collaborative AHRC-funded project Transforming Artists’ Books, between Tate, Chelsea College of Art and Design, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the British Library.
www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/blogs/transforming-artist-books

Steve McPherson: Saltwater Soup, for the exhibition Packet Soup, curated by Claudia Lamas CornejoSAVVY Contemporary, Berlin, 05/05/12 - 02/06/12, pp 31-32

This One’s from the Heart. Introductory catalogue preface for the exhibition The Silent Scream: political and social comment in books by artists, Monash University Library, Melbourne, Australia, 28/09/11- 25/11/11, published by Ant Press, Australia, ISBN 978-0-9871606-0-7, pp 8-9

The Hand Printed Page, BITE – A new show of artists making prints, Mall Galleries, London, 24/08/11 – 03/09/11, pp 18-19

Flowers in Hotel Rooms, in The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, Editor: Marian Amies, Dept of Art and Art History, University of Missouri, USA, March 2010. Library of Congress Number: 2010900206, pp 46-47

Adventures on Paper from Mexico to Manchester, Sarah Bodman & Tom Sowden, The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now, Editor: Marian Amies, Dept of Art and Art History, University of Missouri, USA, March 2010. Library of Congress Number: 2010900206, pp 8-9

Primeval Materials, introductory essay for Artists Books by Dmitry Sayenko, Nikodim Publishers, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2009

Published / Broadcast interviews / Features, 2009-2015

An Interview with Contributors to Index, Café Royal Books: PART 1’, on Shutter Hub. 02/05/2014. http://shutterhub.org.uk/blog/an-interview-with-contributors-to-index-cafe-royal-books-part-1

 

The Cutting Edge of Artist’s Books. Interviewed by Michael Shirrefs, Feature Producer of ABC Radio Australia’s ‘Artworks’ programme, at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne. Broadcast 11/12/11.
www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs

 

Artists’ Books: Visual Studies Workshop Press 1971 – 2008, edited by Joan Lyons, 2009, VSW Press, Rochester, New York, USA, ISBN 978-0-89822-126-8, pp 27, 165

The Art of the Book, Nancy Campbell meets three key practitioners, Nancy Campbell, Mslexia, Issue 41 Apr/May/Jun 2009, ISSN 1473-9399, pp8-11

 

Exhibition Catalogues edited:

Bodman, Sarah (Editor/ curator) Arcadia id Est: Artists’ Books Nature and the Landscape, Impact Press, UWE Bristol, 2005, ISBN 0 9543810 5 X, 24 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor/ curator) A Tale of Two Cities: Artists’ Books from Bristol and New York, Impact Press, 2001, ISBN 0 9536076 66, 64 pp

Bodman, Sarah (Editor / curator) Books by Artists Impact Press, September 1999
ISBN 0 9536076 07, 64 pp