fe et ex

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fe et ex is an open platform that provides artists the opportunity to display and circulate their work in the form of mini books. The books produced via this platform are available as free downloads.

Download artist’s books for free

You’ll find a selection of free artists minibooks to download, share or add to collections in the fe et ex library.

Once you’ve chosen the books you’d like to download, follow the simple instructions on how to bind these books on our bookmaking page.

Submit work to fe et ex

Artists wishing to use this publishing and distribution platform can contact fe et ex directly.

The model for the fe et ex project is borrowed from Proboscis, which is a “non-profit social and cultural innovation studio, which explores public authoring, the everyday mapping and sharing of local knowledge and experience.”

 

fe et ex library:

 

paula roush

Four reenactments in disruptive pattern material

The photographs document the reenactment of four performance pieces in a military base in southern europe. Performance for the camera mixes with the performance of everyday routine. Disruptive pattern material (dpm-95) -camouflage as material and collage – is the narrative thread that connects the four acts.

Download a PDF of Four reenactments in disruptive pattern material:

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Instructions for binding mini-book

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Lara Gonzalez

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Market-Place

This book is concerned with making visible how mobility can be lived out at a local level, by a Latin American community, within the urban spaces that is London. It explores issues of identity and migration narratives.

Download a PDF of Market-Place :

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Zoe Michelle

Forgotten

“Everything has beauty. But not everyone can see it.”

These photographs are all portraits of things that once were, but no longer are occupied.

Download a PDF of Forgotten:

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Instructions for binding mini-book

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Thomas Valentine

Drifting wood

Drifting wood was photographed on a small stretch of beach named Covehithe, located on the Suffolk coast. With no vehicular access to the beach, combined with coastal erosion and Covehithe’s proximity to a nature reserve, Driftwood and other spoils are washed up onto the beach which then remains unmoved by human hands.

Download a PDF of Driftwood:

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Daniella Fedele

A step into others photos

A step into others photos is an investigation into the personal archives of several families. Using original photos and re- enactment strategies, this book reflects on issues of personal and family narratives as constructed trough photography.

Download a PDF of A step into others photos:

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Henry Whysall

Onde

Onde is a French word for a small piece of water – what in English would be called ‘a sound’. Onde also means wave and all the connotations that go with it.

Download a PDF of Onde:

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Instructions for binding mini-book

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Henry Whysall

Extract from the shadows museum
The Shadow Museum – April 2012′- is a selection of photographs taken from a much larger series made over a four month period.
“I wanted to find the shadows that an object casts upon its own surface”.
Each photographs is a close up taken with a low tech mobile phone.
In the resulting images, the objects loose their form , the still life image becomes a dissolving landscape.

Download a PDF of Extract from the shadows museum:

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Instructions for binding mini-book

http://www.henrywhysall.com

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