Category Archives: Refounding Golgonooza
Conversation/interview with Julia Ferrari and Jane Noyes (winter MMXIII) PART 2 Jane: How have you been, and how is your blog project? Julia: I’ve been thinking, that’s got to be my future, connecting with other people, having people want to work here, be here with me, making projects together. So it’s sort of—it is that [...]
First game of chess, played with Lawrence Klepp on a rainy Sunday afternoon in nearby Vermont.
Editioned Red run This was the final print run, consisting of four pieces of wood type and some 36 point Gill type (metal type). The print run was a small edition.
This Broadside was composed while intern Meg Graham filmed its inception. the design grew over a period of time and is now reaching completion. a blind stamp run as a background was conceptualized as the final design element. Three print runs will complete the project.
Gathered sticks have been broken down to size and are now piled onto the loading dock in readiness for winter hearth fires for the press. Just in time to finish the Golgonooza broadside. Below: Kano, Gebo, Nauthiz, Uruz … opening, partnership, constraint, strength
Meg (intern) and Julia just stacked 2 cords of wood with friend Brian Ireland. Heat in the near future, for Golgonooza.
My intern Meghan Graham and I rearranged artwork and repainted in the shop loo, putting all the printing ephemera and art into frames. Now everything has a new look.
GNOG Band, NYC Avant-Garde Festival What follows are excerpts from a series of weekly interviews by Jane Noyes with Julia Ferrari, from late 2013 thru July of 2014, about Ferrari’s current process of discovering and being open to change, while remembering the history and activities of the press. Audio tracks of GNOG: https://soundcloud.com/assabetstrings/sets/gnog Julia: [...]
What follows are excerpts from a series of weekly interviews by Jane Noyes with Julia Ferrari, from late 2013 thru July of 2014, about Ferrari’s current process of discovering and being open to change, while remembering the history and activities of the press. Ferrari: I wanted to ask you if you would consider engaging with [...]