| The 2010 Agassi Book Arts Prize
Congratulations to Lilla Duignan who has been awarded The 2010 Agassi Book Arts Prize by the Centre for Fine Print Research for her work around artists’ books as The Small Centre for Collaborative Practice, created on the MA Multi-disciplinary Printmaking course. Lilla is also the founder of ABC - the Artists’ Books Club based at UWE bringing together students, staff and friends of the book here, and for which she has worked tirelessly. Now that she has completed her MA, Lilla will continue to run ABC with Angie Butler from its base at UWE.
An exhibition of Lilla’s work will be shown in the Tom Trusky Memorial Artists’ Books Cases at Bower Ashton Library from 2nd - 27th October 2010.
The Small Centre for Collaborative Practice
Lilla D is mistress of ceremonies, director and collaborator (also known as ‘Captain’) at The Small Centre, founded by her in 2010 - to represent and document her own eclectic practice, and that of co-collaborators, collectively known as Tribe.
Tribe includes three artists whose work encompasses books, installation and video works:
Anne On : www.thesmallcentreforcollaborativepractice.com/big/AnneWorkIndex/AnneWorkIndex.html
Allil (Enna) Nangi-Ud : www.thesmallcentreforcollaborativepractice.com/big/AllilWorkIndex/AllilWorkIndex.html
Teri Makassih : www.thesmallcentreforcollaborativepractice.com/big/TeriWorkIndex/TeriWorkIndex.html