Thursday, 27 September 2012


Paperstock was an event held on Monday evening,  hosted by the The Curch of London at their Leonard Street gallery, 71a. It involved a series of short presentations by three speakers talking about why paper and the way it is used is important to them. This was followed by questions from panel mediator, Simon Esterson (publisher of Eye magazine) and questions from the audience.  The panel consisted of  Roy Killen, partner of Push Print, paper artist Chrissie Macdonald (from the Peepshow collective) and me!

It was a great evening which was amazingly interesting and diverse both in terms of the people giving the presentations and the topics covered. It was oversubscibed and totally sold out! - a total of about 45 in the audience.
Posted by Justin Hobson 27.09.2012

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for your comment! If I like it, I'll add it on. Cheers J