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Create an artist's book...

Bookbinding Workshops at the Showroom Cafe, Sheffield - August / September visit www.victorialucas.co.uk/workshops

Archive Books is the publishing name used for a series of artist's books produced by Victoria Lucas over the past three years. A selection of these books can be found in special collections across the UK, including the Brotherton Library Leeds, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Tate Britain, London. They have been exhibited in various Artist Book Fairs across the country, and have also been part of touring exhibitions, traveling to various galleries in Europe, America, and Mexico.

Victoria Lucas creates artist's books that record places and objects specific to the notion of time continuum. Consisting of photography, scanned images and text, her books present collections of these subjects in a way that draw attention to categories through their function, history and cultural references.

More information can be found at www.victorialucas.co.uk/workshops

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