CharlieMacquarie & Psychic Adventure Library

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Library as Material

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The Prelinger Library: A public externalisation of your brain

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[The following is an edited conversation with Rick and Megan Prelinger about their archive space in San Francisco which took place on May 20, 2015] Every wednesday, The Prelinger library opens to the… Continue reading

BIBLIODRONE — Nomadic Bookseller In Oakland, CA

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BIBLIODRONE — Nomadic Bookseller In Oakland, CA. BIBLIODRONE from Hell de Baño on Vimeo.

Librarium on the Fly: Los Angeles, Feminist Library On Wheels

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Why, hello America! I had barely hit the Los Angeles tarmac and fellow Librarium Lea Simpson, who recently relocated to LA, whisked me away downtown to the FLOW Feminist Library on Wheels. RAD. It… Continue reading

Feminist Library On Wheels (F.L.O.W.)

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The Feminist Library On Wheels (F.L.O.W.) is a node of the Women’s Center for Creative Work in Los Angeles, CA. A multimedia collection of feminist texts, artifacts and ephemera made available to as… Continue reading

Fictional Landscapes

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UK-based artist Kyle Kirkpatrick constructs these wonderfully tiny dioramas using the topographies of carved books. Via the artist: My practice is primarily concerned with the notion of the imagined landscape. I present man-made… Continue reading

The Floating Library

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The Floating Library is an experimental public art project that introduces the creative genre of artists’ books and printed matter to people recreating on an urban lake. A custom made raft designed by architect Molly Reichert features… Continue reading

Libraries, Los Angeles, & 1980s Rock

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Our LA based Librarian-at-Large, Lea Simpson will be heading to this goddammit – From Pop to the Pit: The LAPL Photo Collection celebrates the Los Angeles Music Scene 1978-1989 will be on display… Continue reading

Refugees’ Library – Berlin

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The Refugees’ Library is meant to encourage discussion about German and European asylum and migration policies. Every volume illustrates a court trial which actually took place (names of all persons involved have been… Continue reading