Cork City

Peter Downsbrough


Printed photographs made on the visit to Cork in 2011, to particpate in the 'In Other Words' exhibition at the Glucksman Gallery.This casebound book contains two maps of the city, and an embossed contact strip of the photographs set into the cover. The images convey the parallels and verticals of his photographs set in the sequence of book form, his usual medium. 60pp offset 155 x 230mm. 300 copies155 x 230

€30.00 AB

Selected Postcards 2017



50+ postcards 1978-2017. an Assortment of Coracle postcards by Erica Van Horn, Simon Cutts, John Bevis, Les Coleman, Tony Cragg, Bill Culbert, Chris Drury, Stephen Duncalf, Harry Gilonis, Antony Gormley, Percy Grainger, Bernard Lassus, Richard Long, Paul Lincoln, Kay Roberts, Colin Sackett, Patrick Saytour, Yoko Terauchi, printed by letterpress, four-colour offset and digitally, even handpainted, on millboard and card of various weights in green paper covered box 130 x 180 x 35mm

€20.00 E

Shorthand Bird Names

Erica Van Horn and John Bevis


This exercise in Pitman shorthand was found in a 1915 issue of The Reporters’ Journal & Shorthand Magazine. The title, Bird Names, oddly positioned centre-page, is entirely unexpected in the context of a method of rapid writing associated with journalism, commerce and forensics. Shorthand, an essentially post-alphabetic notation, seems here to return to a pictographic condition, like the relic of a tablet or scroll recording an early civilization’s naming of the birds, through some translation of their shape, sound, movement, colouration or behaviour that we can only guess at. Could birds ever have arrived with such superabundance that the writer must resort to the swiftest of marks to record their identities? Or could it be that this is no accident: that the Journal’s editor, Harold V. Clayton, had hit upon the perfect realm for showcasing shorthand’s allusiveness, secrecy and charm? : John Bevis. postcard. 155 x 115 mm

€1.00 E

Constructed Archive 1959-2016

Simon Cutts


Archive listing of the books, files and papers of Simon Cutts. The work itself moves from the text on the page through the sequence and development of the book, paper and printing as a form intrinsic to the poem, to versions of smaller plastic objects and larger installations as a means of its resolution.210pp casebound 220 x 155mm digitally printed with 30 full colour plates.

€25.00 CB



Sign borrowed from a frame in the continuous showing of Gordon Matta Clark’s film SPLITTING 1974, at the LPack Café, during Assembridge Nagoya September-October 2016. The project was directed from the Minatomachi Potluck Building by the Minatomachi Art Table. The sign can now be used to identify buildings suitable for future use, reclaiming them for the ongoing project. Letterpress postcard 155 x 105mm

€1.50 E