An Encyclopedia of Everything has now turned 150 books. I will write another article on the collection at 200 books, but at the moment, anyone wanting to swop, please click on the link below which explains the collection. This body of work is increasingly becoming the site for research into trans-discipinary, collaborative art practice. The very nature of the variety of books also questions the traditional notions of The Book through the way artists have interrogated this small format. What is very interesting too is the alternate body of knowledge which is being produced in an interpretative way by artists.
Participants so far (Some artists have 8 books in the collection):
Tiziana Baracchi (Italy) Vittore Baroni (Italy) C. Mehrl Bennett (USA) John Bennett (USA) Jessica Bothma (South) Africa Judy Bourke (Australia) Kathy Boyle (New Zealand) Vizma Bruns (Australia) Marian Crane (USA) Pal Csaba (Hungary) David Dellafiora (Australia) Theresa Easton (UK) Ken Ford (Australia) Robyn Foster (Australia) Carina Granlund (Finland) Rob Grant (Australia) Rosa Gravino (Argentina) Karen Greenwood (South Africa) Uli Grohmann (Germany) Rebecca Guyver (UK) Sue Hobbs (South Africa) Laura Hudson (New Zealand) Lisa Iverson (USA) Bifidus Jones (USA) Susanna Lakner (Germany) Robin Lamplough (South Africa) Alexander Limarev (Russia) Lesley Magwood-Fraser (South Africa) Yves Maraux (France) Dean Marks (France) Catherine Mc Cue Boes (Australia) Kathleen Nartuhi (USA) Not Hi Ng (USA) Cheryl Penn (South Africa) Marcela Peral (Argentina) Martine Rastello (France) Bernd Reichert (Belgium) Kensa Rescorla (UK) Colleen Ross (South Africa) Christopher Skinner (UK) Mark Sonnenfeld (USA) Alicia Starr (USA) Matthew Stolte (USA) David Stone (USA) Rod Summers (Netherlands) Erich Sunnderman (Austria) TICTAC (Ptrzia) (Germany) Cauli Torma (Budapest, Hungary) Stephanie Turnbull (UK) Lubomyr Tymkiv (Ukraine) Guido Vermeulen (Belgium) Svenja Wahl (Germany) Nadine Wendell Mojica (USA) Marie Wintzer (Japan)