Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Giorgio di Palma was born in Grottaglie, Taranto, Italy in the 1981. He has no experience to boast about art institutes and academies and studied Archaeology. His first job had nothing to do with the world of art, he worked as computer technician in Budapest. Giorgio loved painting his dog Lucky next to characters of his imagination. But one day, in the 2009, He is now working with ceramic, like his father and other people in Grottaglie do. He always avoids giving his objects a real function. In an age of waste and excess, He wants to create unusable handmade products.
Durable Goods is a printed micro-zine published by Aleathia Drehmer. It features small poems and micro-fiction from all over the world. Yes, it's on paper and it arrives in your mailbox. Go figure?
Durable goods #64, #65, #67, #68
BOOKLET IS A SMALL-SCALE PRESS; MEDIUM-SCALE LIBRARY IN TOKYO, JAPAN. OUR FOCUS IS ON THE DETAILS THAT MAKE IDEAS LEGIBLE. WE SUPPORT ARTISTS AND CULTURAL PRODUCERS WHOSE WORK POSITIONS AN ATTITUDE AND A WAY OF THINKING.
Peripeteia by Fette Sans
Long Shots by Rei Yanagi
Sentence Splayed David Roesing