Friday December 9, 8:30pm
@ Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver BC

Myfanwy MacLeod: Whole Lotta Love

Myfanwy MacLeod: Whole Lotta Love
Artist Book and Print Edition Launch + Exhibition
Friday December 9th at 8:30pm at Presentation House Gallery
Exhibition December 10 - January 8, 2012

Join Publication Studio Vancouver at the Presentation House Gallery where we will launch "Whole Lotta Love" an artist book and limited silk-screen edition by Myfanwy Macleod. The book and edition will be on exhibit until January 8th.

In "Whole Lotta Love" MacLeod takes on one of the most iconic songs by one of the most prolific bands in classic rock history to present the reader with an x-rated illustrated songbook. By fixing the song within the codex and picturing the lyrics via simple line drawings and bubble lettering, MacLeod privileges the visual over the sonic, offering another type of cover version. Through the highly-sexed depiction of the song, the artist perverts the dominant male codes of rock and roll by opening up a point of entry for female desire all the while maintaining her characteristic humor and wit.

"Whole Lotta Love" is the title of Myfanwy MacLeod?s new artist book and a limited edition silk-screen print edition published by Publication Studio Vancouver and is the first project our new Slade Editions series.

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December 4, 9pm-2am
@ ICON SE Hawthorne and 2nd Avenue Portland, OR

Regarding Head Shape: Acknowledgment of the Haircut as Form

Dearly Beloved,

Please bless me with your presence at a celebration I'll be hosting in partnership with Publication Studio on Sunday, December 4th in commemoration of their publication of my first book, known in formal textual circumstance as Regarding Head Shape: Acknowledgment of the Haircut as Form.

The night will offer a titillating variety of entertainment, including: a(nother) piece of hair-based vaudeville featuring my troupe of in-house hair models and en-pointe musical deliveries executed by Sirs Eric Mast and Adam Forkner.

The program begins promptly at 9pm, please arrive shortly before! The door will be locked from 9 to 9:45 for performance purposes, so if you're late you might have to shiver in the cold until the Girl Vapors evaporate.

Below please find some logistical details, for your convenience:

Sunday, December 4th
SE Hawthorne and 2nd Avenue
Portland, OR

"Bless Your Beautiful Hides"



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November 14-19
@ 196 College Street, New Haven, CT

Publication Studio New Haven

Publication Studio goes to New Haven for a one week residency. There will be a pop-up P.S. along with open-to-the-public demonstrations M-F, a rebinding party on the 19th, a public lecture by Matthew Stadler on the 17th, and the launch of Diana Balmori's new book. More details here

196 College Street, New Haven, CT
Hours: 11:00 – 6:00 MTWTF (NOV 14-18)

Demonstrations (open to the public)(refreshments served)
MONDAY, NOV 14 5:00 - 6:00
TUESDAY, NOV 15 5:00 – 6:00
WEDNESDAY, NOV 16 5:00 – 6:00
THURSDAY, NOV 17 1:00 – 2:00
FRIDAY, NOV 18 12:00 – 1:00

Rebinding Party

SATURDAY, NOV 19 12:00 – 5:00
“Five Buck Book Binding Blow-Out”!
Bring in your old, falling-apart paperbacks 
or a book whose cover doesn’t suit you, 
and get it rebound into a sturdy manila 
bound edition. $5/rebind.

Matthew Stadler, founder of Publication Studio
“The Ends of the Book: Authors, Readers, Public Spaces”
Thursday, November 17, 4:00 – 5:30.
Location: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 
121 Wall Street, New Haven, CT
Free and open to the public

Diana Balmori, internationally renowned landscape and 
urban designer, speaking at the launch of Publication 
Studio’s facsimile edition of her Moleskin Diaries. 

Friday, November 18: 6:00 – 7:30
Location: 196 College Street, New Haven, CT
Free and open to the public. 
Seating is limited, so please arrive early.

Co-sponsored by ArtSpace New Haven and 
the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 
in conjunction with the ArtSpace exhibition 
“Library Science”.


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November 17, 7:30 pm
@ Norte Maar 83 Wyckoff Ave #1B Brooklyn, NY

Concrete Sound Reading

At the gallery Norte Maar in Brooklyn, NY Christine Hou will be reading from a new publication in collaboration with artist Audra Wolowiec as well as from her own Accumulations. The collaboration between Hou and Wolowiec accompanies the current exhibition at Norte Maar.

The publication which accompanies the exhibition is based on a conversation between Hou and Wolowiec, and acts 
as an extension of the installation. Based on an email exchange of images and text over a one-month period, it is a 
dialogic experiment that unfolds the poetics of responding.
landscape of concrete
muted in its materiality
    but the opposite of immobile
a warning
           it sounds.
- an excerpt from Concrete Sound, a publication by Audra Wolowiec + Christine Shan Shan Hou
AUDRA WOLOWIEC is an interdisciplinary artist from Detroit, MI, living in Brooklyn, NY. Her work mines themes of 
communication, voice, and modes of exchange. In recreating natural phenomena and trace effects, she explores the 
idea of a fading connection to create an elusive but shared experience. She received an MFA from the Rhode Island 
School of Design and has shown work at Magnan-Metz (New York), Pocket Utopia (Brooklyn), and The Museum of 
New Art (Detroit). This past April, her sound score was featured in Norte Maar’s multi-media collaborative ballet titled 
In the Use of Others for the Change (2011). She received an audio commission by Art in General (New York) and was 
recently featured in Thresholds Magazine, MIT Department of Architecture.
CHRISTINE SHAN SHAN HOU is a poet and arts writer living in Brooklyn, NY. Publication Studio published her first 
book of poetry, Accumulations in 2010. Additional poems appear in Weekday, EOAGH, and Parallelograms. She has 
curated exhibitions at Art in General and Jack the Pelican Presents. Her awards include The Flow Chart 
Foundation/The Academy for American Poets and the Zora Neale Hurston Scholarship. She currently runs the New 
York City education programs at Dia Art Foundation and is a dance critic for The Brooklyn Rail.

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November 11-12, 11-7pm
@ Conway Hall 25 Red Lion Square London WC1R 4RL

Small Publishers Fair

In London, the 10th anniversary of the Small Publishers Fair. The international fair celebrating books by contemporary artists, poets, writers, composers, book designers, and their publishers; together with a program of readings and talks. There are more than 50 publishers participating. Free and open to the public

See more details here: 2011 Small Publishers Fair

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