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seekers of lice

Artist, Writer, Publisher

seekers of lice proposes art as an insect bite, infecting the blood through proximity, anecdote, annexation, colonisation, infection, inoculation: scratch the itch & itch the scratch. seekers of lice works with text, image and objects. Works include writing for performance, including collaboration with other artists, making objects and text pieces for exhibition, talks, interventions, and writing for publication in books and magazines. Works are sometimes of an ephemeral nature, finding gaps and spaces in which to operate. Recent books include Theatre of Objects (VerySmallKitchen) 2012 and limber (The Knives, Forks and Spoons Press) 2013. seekers of lice has work in various collections including Tate Library, Tate Britain; Modern British Collections, The British Library; MoMA Library, USA ; Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection, USA; Chelsea College of Art and Design Library, London; Artist's Book Collection, Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE; Czytelnia Liberatury Malopolski Instytut Kultury, Kraków, Poland. Contact: seekersoflice@aol.co.uk read full statement

Location London, South East
Artforms / type of project Book Works, Intervention, Performance, Sculpture, Text

News & Events

  • New on Vimeo: I'm too lonely for that https://vimeo.com/110234930 See link below

    Short film of text and images first shown at the Small Publishers Fair 2013

  • Camaradefest / seekers of lice collaborating with Sarah Kelly

    25/10/2014
    the rich mix arts centre Bethnal Green

    100 poets. 50 pairs. one day. 50 brand new collaborative works involving 100 poets working in pairs. A unique one day festival of collaborative poetry. 12 noon til late : free entry

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  • fly-leaf

    Paper bags IV A series of 44 paper bags with text on one side and an image printed on newspaper on the other. Now being used in Koenig Books at the Serpentine Gallery and Whitechapel.

  • JUST OUT: Encyclops. published by IF P THEN Q

    http://ifpthenq.co.uk/ "There is a sense of the style of Gertrude Stein of Tender Buttons & eroticism perhaps a theme yet also a method used to intuit. ..It's good good stuff."

  • quot to be exhibited in RUKSSIAN : Artist’s Book in the UK and Russia

    Tsaritsyno State Historical, Architectural, Art and Landscape Museum-Reserve, Moscow, March - May 2014. Travelling to other venues, finishing in the UK with an exhibition from Dec 2014 - Jan 2015.

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