Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey in conversation, Tenderbooks, London, Wednesday 27 January 2016, 4.00–8.00 p.m.
Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey in conversation
Followed by the triplicate launch of Bulletins of The Serving Library #10, Universal Serial Bus and On a Universal Serial Bus.*, 6.00–8.00 p.m.
Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey is one half (with David Reinfurt) of Dexter Sinister, and one third (with Reinfurt and Angie Keefer) of the two-faced publishing/archiving platform The Serving Library.
Join us at Tenderbooks where Bertolotti-Bailey will discuss Dexter Sinister’s recent publications Universal Serial Bus and On a Universal Serial Bus.*, both produced alongside an eponymous exhibition at Kunstverein München (October–November 2015). An introduction to the exhibition and its attendant publications will be followed by some thoughts on the ongoing work of The Serving Library, its house journal Bulletins of The Serving Library (and its forerunner project Dot Dot Dot magazine), to inaugurate Bulletins of The Serving Library #10 – a new retroactive *sampler* issue.
After the presentation there will be an informal Q&A, with questions from students of the MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy course at CSM, and the audience.
Please email email@example.com to book a place for the discussion, informing us if you need wheelchair access.
At 6.00 p.m. we will follow the discussion with drinks and the triplicate launch of:
1.Bulletins of The Serving Library #10, a *sampler* assembled from the previous 9 issues (The Serving Library, 2015)
2.Universal Serial Bus, a memory drive (Universal Serial Bus – USB) by Dexter Sinister (Sternberg Press, 2015)
3.On a Universal Serial Bus.*, a collection of recent texts related to the works on the bus and in the parallel exhibition at Kunstverein München (ROMA, 2015)
Issue 27 of Afterall journal featured Dexter Sinister with essays by Saul Anton and Anthony Elms. For the weeks preceding the event these articles are free to access at the Afterall website. Read Afterall 27 now!
This is a Three Letter Words event in collaboration with Tenderbooks, Afterall and the ‘Publishing/Writing’ module, MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.