Archive for tag: editing

“Why, What and How – stretching exercises before book making” A day workshop with the designer Ania Nałęcka.   Making a book might seem overwhelming and frankly speaking it is. How can we untangle ourselves from the chaos of choices; picture edits, sequencing, book design, paper, cover, marketing! It’s too much! This workshop will disentangle the bookmaking process. With a few simple exercises we will cut to the heart of the book; we will identify the message of the ...

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We could have chosen many different titles for this post: ”HURRICANE AKINA”, ”THE FACTORY THAT NEVER SLEEPS”, ”ENTER THE VOID”… but we did want to reinforce the words ”workshop” and ”home” as they really represent what Alex Bocchetto & Valentina Abenavoli, most well known as AKINA Books, did in Bristol. Carrying three suitcases which were filled with tools, paper and photo books: AKINA  landed in Bristol on Friday evening and after a couple of wines and some food, it took them 2 ...

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OPEN CALL to attend the HOME workshop about editing, sequencing and binding a collective photobook. Run by AKINA Factory in collaboration with IC Visual Lab in Bristol, Saturday 10.05.14, within the PBLabs program 2014. The theme is HOME. Submissions and questions can be sent to akinaworkshop@gmail.com Deadline 27.04.14 EXTENDED DEADLINE 30th April   All you need to know about editing, sequencing and binding! “HOME” (is home though it be never so homely) is a workshop devoted to pleasures and pains of editing and sequencing photographic material and use the result of this creative process to produce ...

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