I did a 'test layout' on our glass table, in our house, a couple of days before going along to Dundee University. I knew that this table was approximately the same size as the ones we were being 'allotted' at the book artists exhibition display area. I have to admit I found displaying Sue Corr's book a bit of a trial - its so exquisitely delicate and complicated. In the end - as things turned out - she was able to set it up for herself, at the Conference.
Sandra Winkworths book, which I found a bit tricky to get into correct display mode "Birds Home"
Lower left: Anna Johnson's book "Nothing", right: Mary Taylor's book with the lid of Annie Woodford's book.
The details for this are, as per previous photo - except now you can view Madeleine Samson's book opened
Top left: Aine Scannell's book (untitled), Below: Anna Johnson's book "Nothing"
Top left: Annie Woodfords book opened, top right: Aine Scannell's book (untitled).
Lower left: Sylvia Taylor's book, "I've Got Your Back" opened, right: Anna Johnson's book "Nothing".
I like how you can get a sense of the blue-ness, in this opened-out view of Teresa Gomez Martorell's book "Orto". Lower left: Sue Corr's book "Shadow Boundaries", right: opened view of Madeleine Samson's book.
Left: Teresa Gomez Martorell's book "Orto", right: opened view of Denise Pelletier's book.
Left: Sue Corr's book, "Shadow Boundaries" opened, on the right: an open view of Madeleine Samson's book.
Top: opened view of Marilee Salvator's book, below left: Aine Scannell's untitled book, and on the right: an open view of Sue Corr's book, "Shadow Boundaries".
Top left: partial view of Eleanor Symm's book, left: Sylvia Taylor's book "I've Got Your Back" and on the right: Annie Woodford's book.