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BOOKSHOP CHALLENGERS NEWS
Katya Robin
7 Mar. 2015 – 7 Mar. 2016

1
Thinking About Duckrabbits
21 × 14.5 cm, 70g, 24 pages, edition 100.
published by KatyaRobinStudio.co.uk

An introduction to the concept of ambiguity through the duckrabbit paradigm. Photobook in the style of children's first facts book. Selected for Kaleid 2015, acquired by various artists' book collections in the US.

2
Bucket List
21 × 10.5 cm, 20g, 12 pages, edition of 300.
published by KatyaRobinStudio.co.uk

A pocket guide to buckets pondering the materials from which buckets are made, examining bucket idioms and proffering maxims about ordinary life.


3
Double Con-Figuration
26.5 × 21 cm, 12 pages plus fabric insert, edition of 60 Jointly self-published with Lou Hazelwood

Collaborative book, featuring Katya Robin’s word-images of Doppelgängers and Lou Hazelwood’s altered Victorian magic lantern slides.




4
COIN ICON What's your account?
21 × 14.8 cm, 24 pages
Print on demand

Project publication from Robin's PolyMath commission at the Ruskin PopUp Museum. A collection of personal accounts about notions of wealth and well-being.

5
Typecast
26.5 × 21 cm, 16 pages, laminated cover, digital print, vinyl overlay tipped in by hand, edition of 30
Published by Katya Robin Studio

Selected library catalogue categories explored schematically only using InDesign® text and frame formatting options. Types within types.

A development of an earlier version, Typecast 01, which was included in The Editions II, The Good Reader, edited by Sharon Kivland, has been acquired by the Tate Library.


6
Jelly Standards
14.7 × 21 cm, 2 pages plus 1NCH ruler tile (laser etched acrylic), edition of 100
Published by Katya Robin Studio

Record of an uncommissioned site-specific intervention about standardisation.



7
Six Points
14.7 × 21 cm, 2 pages, edition of 100
Published by Katya Robin Studio

Record of an uncommissioned site-specific intervention about democracy.





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Imaginary Museum
14.7 × 21 cm, 2 pages, edition of 100
Published by Katya Robin Studio

A pithy, wistful reflection on visiting museums.