Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Temporary Services

Temporary Services is Brett Bloom, Salem Collo-Julin and Marc Fischer. Temporary Services produce exhibitions, events, projects, and publications. The project started as an experimental exhibition space in a working class neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois.

Temporary Conversations:Aaron Hughes
Temporary Conversations: Kawabata Makoto
Temporary Conversations: Peggy Diggs
Prisoners' Inventions
Artwork, A National Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics.
Public Phenomena
Alexis Petroff
Self-Reliance Library
Drawn out
Public Collectors
Personal Plastic
What are Temporary Services doing in Austin?

Thursday, 16 December 2010

A big thank you.

Salford Zine Library was formed at the beginning of this year and has grown beyond our expectations. We have had hundreds of donations from across six continents and have been taken back by the generosity. We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the project, visited the library and all those who have given us space to show the library. The library has been exhibited in Salford, Manchester, Romford and Durham, and visited book fares in Glasgow and Penarth. We would like to thank Denise, the teachers and pupils of Frances Bardsley School for a very enjoyable workshop. We have had a wonderful response on our travels and would like to thank all those who invited the Library. We have lots planed for the New Year and hope to see you at the library’s home, Islington Mill, Salford soon. We will continue to make the library as accessible as possible.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Craig & Matt
Thanks to: Denise Hickey, Jamie Kenyon, Empty Shop, Durham Art Gallery, Islington Mill, Ffotogallery

If you wish to contribute the address is : Salford Zine Library, 48 Landos Court, Manchester, M40 7WT, U.K
You can visit the Library at: Islington Mill,
James Street,
Salford M3 5HW