Robin Cameron

Mind Map for The Book That Makes Itself, 2011, typewriter and pencil on paper, 11 x 17 

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures, Guest Spot, Baltimore, March 8 – April 19, 2014

 

Robin Cameron

Mind Map for The Book That Makes Itself, 2011, typewriter and pencil on paper, 11 x 17 

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures, Guest Spot, Baltimore, March 8 – April 19, 2014

 

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La Bibliothèque Fantastique, selection of artists’ books

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures

On view March 8 - April 19, 2014, Guest Spot, Baltimore

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NOWORK installation

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures

On view March 8 - April 19, 2014, Guest Spot, Baltimore

NOWORK, magazine spread, “Camera Austria”, issue # 124, 2013

Feel Me, 10 framed C-prints, dimensions vary between 4x6 and 8x10 inches, vinyl tablecloth, 2013

 

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Untitled (Shifting Headlands #1), 2012, metallic print mounted on dibond, 16”x20”

Cybele Lyle

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures
On view March 8 - April 16, 2014
Guest Spot, Baltimore

Untitled (Shifting Headlands #1), 2012, metallic print mounted on dibond, 16”x20”

Cybele Lyle

Cookbook Dreams & Inflatable Futures

On view March 8 - April 16, 2014

Guest Spot, Baltimore

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Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures at Guest Spot at the Reinstitute, Baltimore.

Featuring artists’ books and works in other media including photography, video, painting, drawing, and installation.

Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick

Organized by Arts & Sciences Projects

On view March 8 - April 16, 2014

Guest Spot, 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, 21202

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Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures 
Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 8, 2014, 7-10pm 
Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE (Baltimore) is pleased to present Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, a group exhibition organized by Arts & Sciences Projects. Opening Saturday March 8, 2014, the works will be on view through April 19, 2014. The show will feature artists’ books and works in other media by Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick.
Guest Spot is located at 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore

Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures

Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 8, 2014, 7-10pm

Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE (Baltimore) is pleased to present Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, a group exhibition organized by Arts & Sciences Projects. Opening Saturday March 8, 2014, the works will be on view through April 19, 2014. The show will feature artists’ books and works in other media by Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, and Lauren van Haaften-Schick.

Guest Spot is located at 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore

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Sol LeWitt’s statement on artists’ books
Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)
Artists’ books are, like any other medium, a means of conveying art ideas from the artist to the viewer/reader. Unlike most other media they are available to all at a low cost.  They do not need a special place to be seen. They are not valuable except for the ideas they contain.  They contain the material in a sequence which is determined by the artist. (The reader/viewer can read the material in any order but the artist presents it as s/he thinks it should be).  Art shows come and go but books stay around for years.  They are works themselves, not reproductions of works.  Books are the best medium for many artists working today.  The material seen on the walls of galleries in many cases cannot be easily read/seen on walls but can be more easily read at home under less intimidating conditions.  It is the desire of artists that their ideas be understood by as many people as possible.  Books make it easier to accomplish this. - Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt’s statement on artists’ books

Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)

Artists’ books are, like any other medium, a means of conveying art ideas from the artist to the viewer/reader. Unlike most other media they are available to all at a low cost.  They do not need a special place to be seen. They are not valuable except for the ideas they contain.  They contain the material in a sequence which is determined by the artist. (The reader/viewer can read the material in any order but the artist presents it as s/he thinks it should be).  Art shows come and go but books stay around for years.  They are works themselves, not reproductions of works.  Books are the best medium for many artists working today.  The material seen on the walls of galleries in many cases cannot be easily read/seen on walls but can be more easily read at home under less intimidating conditions.  It is the desire of artists that their ideas be understood by as many people as possible.  Books make it easier to accomplish this. - Sol LeWitt

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Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)
Issue edited by Walter Robinson and Edith deAk. Statements about artists’ books by Kathy Acker, John Baldessari, Luciano Bartonlini, Roberta Allen, Ulises Carrion, Daniel Buren, Robert Delford, Brown, Robert Cumming, Ted Castle, Agnes Denes, Peter Downsbrough, Mary Fish, Jon Gibson, Peter Grass, George Griffin, Judith A. Hoffberg, Douglas Huebler, Alan Kaprow, Richard Kostelanetz, Sharon Kulik, Robert Leverant, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, Christof Kohlhofer, Jane Logemann, Paul McMahon, Robert Morgan, Mauritio Nannuci, Richard Nonas, Adrian Piper, Lucian Pozzi, Marcia Resnick, The Roseprint Detective Club, Carolee Schneemann, John Shaw, Bob Smith, Pat Steir, Ellen Sragow, Ted Stamm, Peter Stansbury, Richard Tuttle, Fred Truck, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Winters, Rachel Youdelman

Art-Rite Magazine #14: Artist’s Books (January 1976)

Issue edited by Walter Robinson and Edith deAk. Statements about artists’ books by Kathy Acker, John Baldessari, Luciano Bartonlini, Roberta Allen, Ulises Carrion, Daniel Buren, Robert Delford, Brown, Robert Cumming, Ted Castle, Agnes Denes, Peter Downsbrough, Mary Fish, Jon Gibson, Peter Grass, George Griffin, Judith A. Hoffberg, Douglas Huebler, Alan Kaprow, Richard Kostelanetz, Sharon Kulik, Robert Leverant, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, Christof Kohlhofer, Jane Logemann, Paul McMahon, Robert Morgan, Mauritio Nannuci, Richard Nonas, Adrian Piper, Lucian Pozzi, Marcia Resnick, The Roseprint Detective Club, Carolee Schneemann, John Shaw, Bob Smith, Pat Steir, Ellen Sragow, Ted Stamm, Peter Stansbury, Richard Tuttle, Fred Truck, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Winters, Rachel Youdelman

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openspacebaltimore:

BALTIMORE, MD, March 2014 -

Open Space is pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair on March 8 and 9, 2014. This annual event is a celebration and survey of artist publications, prints, and objects produced in multiple. This year’s fair promises a wide variety of publications and objects by over 80 independent publishers, galleries and artists from Baltimore and beyond. The fair is free and open to the public. 

MAIN EVENT: PMF V
Open Space’s Fifth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair
D Center, 16 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218March 8th and 9th, 12pm - 6pm Saturday and Sunday
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/411116449033216/

Featured Vendors:

&2D Cloud57 CellACRESAndrew WaltersAndy GabrysiakArts & Sciences ProjectsBeauty TodayBernard StieglerBite Not PressBlack Aggie PressBlackberrysBlaise LarmeeBooklyn Artists AllianceBrian BlomerthCapriciousColor Wheel Digital PrintingConveyor EditionsCurrent SpaceDale BeranDylan ThadaniEggFreakerEhse RecordsEmily BurtnerEmpty StretchEric HelgasFAMILYFAMILYTREEGary KachadourianGet LostGinevra ShayHic & Hoc PublicationsHoly Page RecordsHood College Art GalleriesJames BouchéJessica Hans CeramicsJulia ScottJulia YergerJustin Sloane

KingsboroKodi FabricantKyle TataLale WestvindLauren PakradooniLeah WishniaLease AgreementLesser Gonzalez AlvarezLitho ShopLupinMatt ThurberMax EilbacherMega PressMICA: Retooling the CottageMickey ZacchilliMike Taylor
Mixed MediaMorgan FraileyNicholas Verstraeten
NNA Tapes
Open Space 
Peradam
Poety UnlimitedPrint/Collect Process CollectivePublishing GeniusRachel YounghansRock & RoseRock BottomRosemary LissRyan SyrellSacred PrismsophiajacobSpaces CornersSpider’s Pee-PawSwill ChildrenTapdupTerence HannumToo TemporaryWEIRD MagazineWham CityWiley GuillotWorms PressZach Hazard VaupenZine Of The Month

FEATURED PROGRAMMING:

Virtual:
Thumbs Up - Sight specific, wireless broadcast of works made for viewing on cell phones and other glass devices. Featuring works by Ben Marcus (Chicago), Ryan Riss (Denver), and more.

- - Friday March 7th - -

The Crown, 1910 N Charles StMusic from Gun Tit, Vlonde, Oh Hang, and Terence Hannum
 - - Saturday March 8th - -
MICA Studio Center 131 W North Ave
Super Intense Fan Fiction Reading Series: Jordan Card convinces noted Baltimore personalities to unlock their diaries and read the most personal excerpts from their voluminous store of passionate fan fiction. Featuring Rjyan Kidwell (Silver Surfer), Dale Beran (Twilight), Molly Colleen O’Connell (Golden Girls), and Justin Lucas (Steve: Irwin The Crocodile Hunter). Blushing encouraged.

Spiral Cinema Presents: Selections from UNDERVOLT screening and Q+A with Jimmy Joe Roche and Nicholas O’ Brien

Animation Screening and Q+A from Dash Shaw

Preparing Images for Digital Printing: A lecture by Liz Donadio, owner & operator of Color Wheel. Learn how to best prepare your files for existence outside the digital realm. With 10 years of experience making digital prints, Donadio will share her expertise on how to achieve optimal quality and consistent results.

Club K, 2101 Maryland Ave
Early Pop Music Show, 6pm


- - Sunday March 9th - -
Wind Up Space, 12 W North Ave:
Poetry Readings: Lesser Gonzalez Alverez, Molly Colleen O’Connell, Brendan Sullivan, Alex Ventura, Tim Paggi, Alaina Stamatis, Chloe Maratta 


MICA Studio Center, 131 W North Ave:
Pecha Kucha: Selector Series. This quick-fire presentation lineup features notable creatives sharing their ideas on curation, selection, and editing. Liz Durette, Keith Varadi, Megan Plunkett, R.M. O’Brien, Deana Haggag, Sydney Shen, Andrew Liang, Aaron Estes, Kelly McNutt, Nik Planck




SATELLITE PROGRAMMING:
- - Friday March 7th - -
Wanting/WaitingLinda Yung LEASE AGREEMENT, 3718 Ellerslie Ave. 4-8pm 

Black and White featuring works by Jackie Riccio, Rachael Davis, Zack Schmitt, Max Anderson, Lisk Feng, Nicole Rodrigues, Kimi Hanauer, Luis Rivas, Shane Smith, Lee Heinemann, Lili Roberts-Gevalt, Chris Williford, and Izzy Garcia curated by Soja Solvang and Marines Montalvo in conjunction with ALLOVERSTREET at Penthouse Gallery, 1501 Guilford Avenue APT B501 and Annex 2E, 419 E Oliver St. APT 2E, 7-10pm 
SPF works by Val Karuskevich and Steve Riddle, opening in conjunction with ALLOVERSTREET at Springsteen, 1511 Guilford Ave Unit B303, 7-10 pm. 

- - Saturday March 8th - - 

Crisis Image, Opening of the Alternative Press Center at the Alternative Press Center Library at 2239 Kirk Avenue 12-6 PM 
Find No Two Suns, Sophia Belkin and Suzanna Zak curated by Ginevra Shay with curatorial assistant, Emily Mason at Current Space 421 N. Howard Street 7-10 PM
Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, curated by Arts & Sciences Projects at Guestspot at the Reinstitute, 1715 N Calvert Street, 7-10 PM 
Megan Plunkett, sophiajacob, 510 Franklin Street, 7-10 PM 
Diane Young, A Reading Rock512Devil, 512 Franklin Street, 8 PM 

2 Freak 2 Flash, Floristree, 9:30 PMStretch your ribs and burn your mouth. These performers present erratic humor in sensible flats. Energy is physical. Visions are palpable. Freak Flash is a series of curated screenings featuring artists who stir the surreal into waking life.
This program will feature work by: Dynasty Handbag, Jason Martin, Kelley McNutt, Keegan Monaghan, Matthew Thurber, Alan Resnick, Saki Sato, Brina Thurston

ABOUT OPEN SPACE:

Open Space Baltimore began as a collectively run space in Remington in 2009, and has since included a core group of members with a rotating cast of friends, volunteers and interns rounding out the Open Space team.Open Space aims to provide an outlet for artists ranging from local to international and to provide a space where the Baltimore community can behold these artists’ work. We believe that a successful arts space develops and curates a wide variety in programming; allowing for an expansive range of ideas while simultaneously generating and maintaining a greater scope of community interests. Since its inception, the gallery has maintained an interest in exhibiting all types of media, genres, and ideas from a broad geographical scope; thus the title ‘Open Space’. Open Space has been host to painters, sculptors, printmakers, book-makers, video artists and performers from allover the United States, Germany, Belgium, China, and Chile. We are currently working to reopen the gallery at a new location.
openspacebaltimore@gmail.com
openspacebaltimore.com

openspacebaltimore:

BALTIMORE, MD, March 2014 -

Open Space is pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair on March 8 and 9, 2014. This annual event is a celebration and survey of artist publications, prints, and objects produced in multiple. This year’s fair promises a wide variety of publications and objects by over 80 independent publishers, galleries and artists from Baltimore and beyond. The fair is free and open to the public. 

MAIN EVENT: PMF V


Open Space’s Fifth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair

D Center, 16 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218
March 8th and 9th, 12pm - 6pm Saturday and Sunday

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/411116449033216/

Featured Vendors:
&
2D Cloud
57 Cell
ACRES
Andrew Walters
Andy Gabrysiak
Arts & Sciences Projects
Beauty Today
Bernard Stiegler
Bite Not Press
Black Aggie Press
Blackberrys
Blaise Larmee
Booklyn Artists Alliance
Brian Blomerth
Capricious
Color Wheel Digital Printing
Conveyor Editions
Current Space
Dale Beran
Dylan Thadani
EggFreaker
Ehse Records
Emily Burtner
Empty Stretch
Eric Helgas
FAMILYFAMILYTREE
Gary Kachadourian
Get Lost
Ginevra Shay
Hic & Hoc Publications
Holy Page Records
Hood College Art Galleries
James Bouché
Jessica Hans Ceramics
Julia Scott
Julia Yerger
Justin Sloane
Kingsboro
Kodi Fabricant
Kyle Tata
Lale Westvind
Lauren Pakradooni
Leah Wishnia
Lease Agreement
Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez
Litho Shop
Lupin
Matt Thurber
Max Eilbacher
Mega Press
MICA: Retooling the Cottage
Mickey Zacchilli
Mike Taylor
Mixed Media
Morgan Frailey
Nicholas Verstraeten
NNA Tapes
Open Space 
Peradam
Poety Unlimited
Print/Collect Process Collective
Publishing Genius
Rachel Younghans
Rock & Rose
Rock Bottom
Rosemary Liss
Ryan Syrell
Sacred Prism
sophiajacob
Spaces Corners
Spider’s Pee-Paw
Swill Children
Tapdup
Terence Hannum
Too Temporary
WEIRD Magazine
Wham City
Wiley Guillot
Worms Press
Zach Hazard Vaupen
Zine Of The Month

FEATURED imagePROGRAMMING:

Virtual:

Thumbs Up - Sight specific, wireless broadcast of works made for viewing on cell phones and other glass devices. Featuring works by Ben Marcus (Chicago), Ryan Riss (Denver), and more.

- - Friday March 7th - -

The Crown, 1910 N Charles St
Music from Gun Tit, Vlonde, Oh Hang, and Terence Hannum

 - - Saturday March 8th - -

MICA Studio Center 131 W North Ave

Super Intense Fan Fiction Reading Series: Jordan Card convinces noted Baltimore personalities to unlock their diaries and read the most personal excerpts from their voluminous store of passionate fan fiction. Featuring Rjyan Kidwell (Silver Surfer), Dale Beran (Twilight), Molly Colleen O’Connell (Golden Girls), and Justin Lucas (Steve: Irwin The Crocodile Hunter). Blushing encouraged.

Spiral Cinema Presents: Selections from UNDERVOLT screening and Q+A with Jimmy Joe Roche and Nicholas O’ Brien

Animation Screening and Q+A from Dash Shaw

Preparing Images for Digital Printing: A lecture by Liz Donadio, owner & operator of Color Wheel. Learn how to best prepare your files for existence outside the digital realm. With 10 years of experience making digital prints, Donadio will share her expertise on how to achieve optimal quality and consistent results.

Club K, 2101 Maryland Ave

Early Pop Music Show, 6pm

- - Sunday March 9th - -

Wind Up Space, 12 W North Ave:

Poetry Readings: Lesser Gonzalez Alverez, Molly Colleen O’Connell, Brendan Sullivan, Alex Ventura, Tim Paggi, Alaina Stamatis, Chloe Maratta 

MICA Studio Center, 131 W North Ave:

Pecha Kucha: Selector Series. This quick-fire presentation lineup features notable creatives sharing their ideas on curation, selection, and editing. Liz Durette, Keith Varadi, Megan Plunkett, R.M. O’Brien, Deana Haggag, Sydney Shen, Andrew Liang, Aaron Estes, Kelly McNutt, Nik Planck

SATELLITE PROGRAMMING:

- - Friday March 7th - -

Wanting/Waiting
Linda Yung LEASE AGREEMENT, 3718 Ellerslie Ave. 4-8pm 

Black and White featuring works by Jackie Riccio, Rachael Davis, Zack Schmitt, Max Anderson, Lisk Feng, Nicole Rodrigues, Kimi Hanauer, Luis Rivas, Shane Smith, Lee Heinemann, Lili Roberts-Gevalt, Chris Williford, and Izzy Garcia curated by Soja Solvang and Marines Montalvo in conjunction with ALLOVERSTREET at Penthouse Gallery, 1501 Guilford Avenue APT B501 and Annex 2E, 419 E Oliver St. APT 2E, 7-10pm 

SPF works by Val Karuskevich and Steve Riddle, opening in conjunction with ALLOVERSTREET at Springsteen, 1511 Guilford Ave Unit B303, 7-10 pm. 

- - Saturday March 8th - - 

Crisis Image, Opening of the Alternative Press Center at the Alternative Press Center Library at 2239 Kirk Avenue 12-6 PM 

Find No Two Suns, Sophia Belkin and Suzanna Zak curated by Ginevra Shay with curatorial assistant, Emily Mason at Current Space 421 N. Howard Street 7-10 PM

Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures, Antoine Lefebvre, Robin Cameron, Cybele Lyle, Luca Antonucci, John Bohl, NOWORK, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, curated by Arts & Sciences Projects at Guestspot at the Reinstitute, 1715 N Calvert Street, 7-10 PM 

Megan Plunkett, sophiajacob, 510 Franklin Street, 7-10 PM 

Diane Young, A Reading Rock512Devil, 512 Franklin Street, 8 PM 

2 Freak 2 Flash, Floristree, 9:30 PM
Stretch your ribs and burn your mouth. These performers present erratic humor in sensible flats. Energy is physical. Visions are palpable. Freak Flash is a series of curated screenings featuring artists who stir the surreal into waking life.

This program will feature work by: Dynasty Handbag, Jason Martin, Kelley McNutt, Keegan Monaghan, Matthew Thurber, Alan Resnick, Saki Sato, Brina Thurston

ABOUT OPEN SPACE:

Open Space Baltimore began as a collectively run space in Remington in 2009, and has since included a core group of members with a rotating cast of friends, volunteers and interns rounding out the Open Space team.
Open Space aims to provide an outlet for artists ranging from local to international and to provide a space where the Baltimore community can behold these artists’ work. We believe that a successful arts space develops and curates a wide variety in programming; allowing for an expansive range of ideas while simultaneously generating and maintaining a greater scope of community interests. Since its inception, the gallery has maintained an interest in exhibiting all types of media, genres, and ideas from a broad geographical scope; thus the title ‘Open Space’. Open Space has been host to painters, sculptors, printmakers, book-makers, video artists and performers from allover the United States, Germany, Belgium, China, and Chile. We are currently working to reopen the gallery at a new location.


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openspacebaltimore@gmail.com

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