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The biannual literature festival Møllebyen takes place in Moss, Norway. In 2013 the festival theme was Fabrikk (Factory), based on the bankruptcy of the large paper factory Pettersons, a long with the decline in European paper industry. Pettersons Paper was a cornerstone in Moss. The building, and the smell the production produced, was a trademark for the city.

Møllebyen literature festival initiated a series of publications, issued during and after the festival in August 2013. So far eight books have been published, with more to come.

The series focuses on the book as an industrial produced object, by working with a deconstructed materiality – drawing attention to the paper, binding and structure.

This involded a close collaboration with the norwegian printer Zoom Grafisk, and the books are adapted to their production facilities.

Read more about the making of the series here (in norwegian).



Fabrikk
Publication series

Publisher: H//O//F, 2013

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Ida Börjel
Miximum Ca Canny Sabotagemanualerna you cutta da pay, we cutta da shob

107 x 177 mm, 64 pages + cover
Paper: Munken Print White 15 90g, Profi Gloss 100g, Algro Design 240g
Perfect bound, loose cover


Power Ekroth, Bernhard Ellefsen og Remi Nilsen (red.)
Fabrikk. Antologi – Møllebyen Litteraturfestival 2013

210 x 270 mm, 88 pages + cover
Paper: Arctic Silk 115g, Munken Polar 120g, Munken Print White 15 90g, Algro Design 240g
Perfect bound, loose cover


Geir Gulliksen
JE SUS (eller hvordan leve)

103 x 166 mm, 64 pages + cover
Paper: Munken Print White 15 90g, Algro Design 240g
Perfect bound, loose cover


Gunnar Berge
REDUKSJONER REPRODUKSJONER

140 x 198 mm, 2 pages + cover
Paper: MultiArt Matt 100g, MultiArt Matt 150g
Glued


Johannes Heldén
Fabriken/The Factory

170 x 230 mm, 104 pages + cover
Paper: Munken Print White 15 115g, Algro Design 240g
Glued with white paper back, loose cover
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Mette Karlsvik
Ey/Øy

190 x 260 mm, 80 pages
Paper: Munken Print Cream 15 100g
Perfect bound, contained in a plastic bag


Cia Rinne
should we blind ourselves and leave thebes

300 x 300 mm
Munken Print White 15 150g, Munken Pure Rough 300g
Folded, loose cover


Amaile Smith
Fabrikken faller – en filmroman i tre deler

190 x 260 mm, 84 pages + cover
Paper: Munken Print White 15 100g, Algro Design 240g
Stapled, loose cover


Eva Tind
objet fabriqué

170 x 240 mm, 40 pages + cover
Paper: Munken Pure Rough 170g, Cromatico CA Trans White 110g, Algro Design 240g
Perfect bound, loose cover
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Women's right to vote was in Norway given in 1913. The publishing house Aschehoug marked the 100th anniversary by issuing 12 pamphlets, one each month during 2013. Stemmer (Voices/votes) consists of 12 newly written texts by norwegians with different backgrounds and occupations, including artists, authors, composers and scientists.



Stemmer
Book series

Publisher: Aschehoug, 2013
110 x 180 mm
Paper: Ensobulky 2,4 50g, Cyclus Offset 300g
Glued

The book series was awarded with a diploma at the 2013 The Most Beautiful Books of the Year, Norway.
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S – 1
Toril Moi, Språk og oppmerksomhet

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Gyrid Gunnes, Å forkynne Guds ord klart og urent

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Hedvig Skonhoft Johannesen, Nasjonal klassereise

S – 4
Marthe Ramm Fortun, 100 situasjoner

S – 5
Asta Busingye Lydersen, Afropolitt

S – 6
Inger Skjelsbæk, Statsfeministen, statsfeminismen og verden utenfor

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Mariken Halle, Min middag med Harald Eia

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Charlotte Thorstvedt, #selfie

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Karine Nyborg, To stemmer

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Agnes Ravatn, Ikkje

S – 11
Maja S.K. Ratkje, Eksperimentell kvinneglam

S – 12
Jon Krog Pedersen, Også min kamp

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Textile Spaces demonstrates different approaches to textile in both an artistic and architectural context, through text and presentations of artists and their work.

The background was the exhibition Textile Spaces, at the gallery Another Space, Copenhagen spring 2013.

The publication consists of a long, folded cover, creating a three-dimensional shape. The content is divided in three parts, individually fastened to the cover.



Textile Spaces
Publication

Publisher: Another Space, 2013
170 x 240 mm
Stapled

Part one:
8 pages
Paper: Munken Pure Rough 90g

Part two:
52 pages
Paper: Arctic Silk + 115g, Munken Polar Rough 100g

Part three:
48 pages
Paper: Munken Print White 15 FSC 115g

Cover:
Paper: Amber Graphic 300g

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Photo: Another Space
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When the high school Hadeland VGS building was completed in 2012, three artists were invited to work in the context of the new school:

Stian Ådlandsvik made two sculptures dealing with gravity and everyday objects in new settings. Kjersti Andvig’s soundsculpture focused on traditions of reciting and song, and cultures meeting. Ole Lislerud’s wall of large ceramic tiles reference youth culture in its aesthetic and symbolic approach.

We held a workshop with 12 students at the school early spring 2013, in collaboration with the swedish photographer Lotten Pålsson. The students worked with the artworks – analyzing, mimicking and interpreting them on the grounds of the new shcool.

Kunst på Hadeland VGS (Art at Hadeland VGS) was published marking the official opening of the artworks. It consists of the students’ meetings with and interpretations of the pieces, Lotten Pålssons documentation of the building and the sculptures, in addition to the artists’ process from idea to finished piece.

Photos by Lotten Pålsson.


Kunst på Hadeland VGS
Publication

Publisher: Hadeland Vgs, 2013
160 x 220 mm
80 pages + cover
Paper: Scandia 2000 white 150g and 300g
Perfect bound

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A Gradual Organization of Our Successive Sensations was a solo exhibition by Norwegian artist Anngjerd Rustand at Galleri N. Bergslien in Eidfjord, July 2011. The show was based on the meeting between two works: a spatial installation and a two-dimensional wall piece.

The catalogue consists of a range of spreads without binding. The order can be altered, making possible new compounds of pictures.



A Gradual Organization of Our Successive Sensations
Exhibition catalogue

148 x 210 mm
20 pages
Paper: Galerie Art Gloss

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Rustands soloshow The Dust will Roll Together, at Gallery Entree in Bergen, focused on paper.

The catalouge consists of three oversized sheets of paper rolled together. The images overlap, create different layers, and ”rolls” on and off the format.

Photos: Eirik Lande



The Dust will Roll Together
Exhibition catalogue

500 x 700 mm
Paper: Cyclus offset 115g, Arctic gloss 115g

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Gasspedal Animert is a project dealing with alternative smallscale publishing through animated poetry films.

The short films are published on the project’s website, and are the result of collaborations between animator Kristian Pedersen and, so far, five authors and poets.

In November 2012, the project was exhibited at Gallery R21 in Oslo. Seven fanzines were made for the exhibition: Gasspedal Reanimert I–VII, each for one of the poetry films, and two with background material about the small press Gasspedal and smallscale independent publishing in general.

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www.gasspedalanimert.no
Website, 2011



Gasspedal Animert
Exhibition, 2012

In collaboration with Kristian Pedersen, Audun Lindholm and Katja Ebbel Fredriksen



Gasspedal Reanimert I–VII
Fanzineseries

Publisher: Gasspedal, 2012
133 x 200 mm
32 pages / 92 pages
Paper: Munken Print Cream 15 80g
Stapled
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Game of Life was the opening exhibition at Kristiansand Kunsthall, september 2012. The exhibition was grounded in the city of Kristiansand's development after the big fire in 1892, with the city plan grid – kvadraturen – in focus.

The publication consists of texts, articles and fiction about the subject, as well as presentations of the artists contributing to the exhibition. The grid forms a cornerstone in the content, as well as the layout of the catalouge.



Game of Life. Etter rutenettet.
Exhibition catalouge

Publisher: Kristiansand Kunsthall, 2012
150 x 240 mm
Pages: 176 + cover
Paper: Cyclus Print 100g, Profigloss 150g
Perfect bound
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Harpefoss poetry festival was arranged for the first time July 2012 at Harpefoss Hotell.

Harpefoss Hotell, an art- and culture initiative located in Sør-Fron, Gudbrandsdalen, initiates a range of projects and organizes residency programmes, often dealing with site specific issues.

The poetry festival consisted of a multiartistic program with readings, concerts and screenings. The theme was adaptation – poetry translated between artforms and languages.



Harpefoss Poesifestival
Program/flyer

210 x 297 mm, folded
Paper: Flora altweiß 100g
Printed with Riso

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Heit is an artist driven gallery located in Berlin. The exhibition Goldbaumsteiger was held in early 2012, displaying nine artists.



Goldbaumsteiger
Exhibition catalouge

210 x 297 mm
48 pages
Stapled

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