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The Book is Alive!

Bookroom Press Book 2013

The University for the Creative Arts and the London South Bank University ran a joint research project (titled Book Live!) to survey current thinking and innovative practice in contemporary publishing. The project, managed through the universities’ research programmes (Bookroom and CMCR respectively) culminated in June 2012 with a two-day conference in London. The event brought together some of the key theorists, researchers and practitioners in the field to examine the current ‘transformation’ of the book and its ability to keep up with digital culture and the emergence of new modes of writing, photographing, reading, collecting and disseminating ‘on the page’ work.

The Book is Alive! documented the presentations, research and findings of the conference. The publication was published by Sheffield-based publishers RGAP and was launched during The London Art Book Fair 2013.

The title is spelled out across the front of one book and the reverse of another The front & reverse of the The Book is Alive publication next to each other, showing the continuation of the title from reverse to front. An inside spread of the The Book is Alive publication A spread of contributor Paul Soulellis from The Book is Alive