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Forgive my posting this to the list but the original was returned as
address unknown. If Susan Ballard is still lurking, she'll get it anyway
(and possibly send an address correction).
>Date: Fri, 16 Feb 1996 03:07:14 -0500
>To:Susan Ballard <susan.ballard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>From:rmiller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Richard Miller)
>Greetings from Canada.
>I'm not sure if this would be helpful, but I recieve a newsletter from the
>Association of Bookcrafts at 4 Alnak Place, Torbay, New Zealand 10. They
>are mainly concerned with bookbinding but they may have access to other
>materials or information for your dissertation.
>I also have addresses for two binders groups in Australia if you'd like them.
>Good luck, Richard.
>>I am at present working on a dissertation looking at artists' books made by
>>women here in New Zealand. The works I am looking at are all created by
>>poeple working as artists, some specialise in book arts but most create art
>>works in many different media.
>>There is an incredible shortage of theoretical material about book arts
>>available in New Zealand (yes I have read Joan Lyons et al.).
>>The focus I am taking is looking at how a viewer reads an artists' book and
>>how this is different to reading a 'standard' book, or an artwork.
>>Has anyone got any clues for where I can find more theoretical matter
>>around this area?
>>sorry for such a long posting.
>>University of Otago