Lukas Engelhardt

Scrap Map

Scrap Map

A new installation and publication by artist Sarah Davidson

Photographic documentation by Lukas Engelhardt From the event’s fb description: Join Project Space for our Monthly Open Studio, Scrap Map, an installation and publication by Vancouver-based artist Sarah Davidson. By transforming the unintended gesture of creating offcuts into a temporary installation work, Scrap Map creates a “mind map” reflective of the artist’s own process. Scrap […]

 Lukas Engelhardt

Like Us. #VABF2015 Delivers Much More

Like Us. #VABF2015 Delivers Much More

Zines. Books. Mags. Sales. Talks. Swag. Tarot readings and paying off student loans. Plus an elevator handstand performance.

Photography by Lukas Engelhardt Free and open to the public, VA/BF is the only international art book fair in Canada and one of only two on the West Coast. In 2015 the event is anticipated to attract nearly 5,000 visitors from across the Greater Vancouver Area and beyond. Presented by Project Space, VA/BF is a […]

 Jon Vincent

Publishing Ain’t Dead, And Project Space Proves It

Publishing Ain’t Dead, And Project Space Proves It

Second Annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair brings the goods to the Vancouver Art Gallery

On the 1st weekend of October 2013, Project Space held it’s 2nd Art/Book Fair, “a two-day festival of artists’ publishing that features nearly one hundred local, national and international publishers of books, magazines, zines, printed ephemera and digital or other experimental forms of publication, as well as on-site programs, performances and installations.” It was entirely […]

 Margarete Hernandez

24-Hr Drawing Party @ Project Space

24-Hr Drawing Party @ Project Space

A personal reflection by organizer and participant Margarete Hernandez

Words by Margarete Hernandez Photos by Sheng Ho and Margarete Hernandez Remember when we were children, and pencils and crayons were our basic tools for expression, and how easy it was to talk and play with other children while finger-painting on a crafts table or making castles in a sandbox? I had a lot of […]