Title Overview Features Edition
Fabrik: conceptual, minimalist and performative approaches to textiles New

A survey of artworks relating to textiles from 1970 to 2016, and presents both a growing interest in textiles by emerging artists and a sustained engagement with textiles by mid-career and established artists

Edited by Jane O'Neill
Texts by Kelly Gellatly, Sean Ryan and Jane O’Neill
29 artists from from Australia, New Zealand, Britain, Germany, Austria and the United States

March 2016
Softcover, 170 x 240 mm
96 pages, 50 colour and b&w images
linen book jacket with Singer-sewn binding

Prudence Murphy: Detective Special New

Forensic-style photographs of toy gun fragments reflect on the social significance and use of actual firearms in this new series from artist Prudence Murphy.

Text by Clare Lewis
Design by Triggerdesign

2015
Edition of 100
Hardcover, 32 x 24 cm
56 pages, 24 images
ISBN 978 0 9807018 3 8
AU $35 including gst

David Manley: Ambivalent Structures

A photographic exploration of what could be Cold War architectural remnants captured in a post-brutalist terrain. Ambivalent Structures looks at the built environment, urbanism and the psychological effects of architecture on the individual.

Texts by Andrew Frost and
Loughlin Gleeson

April 2015

Edition of 100

Softcover, 163 x 240 mm

56 pages, 29 colour images

ISBN 9780980701814

AU $25 including gst

OUT OF PRINT

Austral Avenue: An Experiment in Living with Art

Documents the life span of an independent gallery set within a suburban Melbourne home
The pleasures and incidental observations on making, exhibiting and responding to art

Edited by Jane O'Neill
Texts by Daniel Argyle, Arthur O’Neill, Jane O’Neill, Kati Rule
Over 30 artists from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Frankfurt

February 2012
Softcover, 148 x 206 mm
156 pages, 66 colour images

Benjamin Armstrong: Holding a Thread

Drawing, sculpture and prints by Melbourne artist Benjamin Armstrong from the past decade
Numerous full-colour images and two texts document and interpret this body of work

Essay by Juliana Engberg
Conversation between Charlotte Day and Benjamin Armstrong
Published with Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

August 2010
Hardcover, 155 x 220 mm
140 pages, over 100 colour images