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2013–2014, 27 × 18 × 3.5 cm, 2 kg, 528 pages, full colour, digitally printed, handbound artists’ book, limited to an edition of 6.

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Commentary

Designed by Anna Hennerdal and Barbara Iwanicka with a text by Harry Meadley, (tbc) catalogues three installations of the installation (tbc) chronologically. Every photograph of the work has been positioned according to the precise moment it was taken in the life of each iteration. To achieve this, every page is designated an hour during which the work was open to the public. Within this, a grid of 60 squares further divides the hour into minutes. It was the second book made as part of the artists’ attempt to complete The Kippenberger Challenge and equal Martin Kippenberger’s annual average printed output of 7.45 books.

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exhibitions

Lajevardi collection, 2015, Tehran, IR. The Kippenberger Challenge (7.45 Books), The Tetley, Leeds, UK. The ‘Suit’: an archive for six years of unnanounced performances, 2014, The Tetley, Leeds, UK.

Alex Farrar
Born 1986 in Leeds, United Kingdom
NEWS
☞ 7.9.18 – 7.10.18, ‘being as becoming: liberating-art and/or liberating art’ at Onomatopee, Eindhoven, curated by Freek Lomme
☞ 10.5.18 – 27.6.18, ‘British Summer Time (BST)’ group exhibition at Copperfield Gallery, London
☞ 20.4.18, 10am – 6pm, I will be speaking at ‘Distributed’, a publishing symposium about the act of distribution, organised by David Blamey (Open Editions) and Joshua Trees (Books from the Future) in Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art, London
☞ 29.3.18 – 2.4.18 Unfair at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam
☝︎ 1.5.17 – 1.5.19 For two years my work is generously supported by a grant for established artists from the amazing Mondriaan Fund (Netherlands)
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