Uncanny Editions held the launch of issue 3 of Uncanny Magazine – Publication as Process and a talk by Karen Lacroix, on the 30th September 2011. The event took place at X Marks the Bökship in Bethnal Green, London. During the month of October (2011), Uncanny Editions was ‘Publisher of the Month’, with all its […]
The aim of this issue is to document and archive an essentially visual account of ‘publication as process’. The idea of making several publications during the illustration/ design process is a way of creating a platform for critical awareness. Not only does it generate space for discussion with other people, but promotes a big variety […]
The making of publications and the exploration of different printing processes are used in order to inform the process of designing an illustration. Publication forces a confrontation of the imagery collected during the research process and can have an important impact during the process of ‘illustrating’. Control is often lost while using different printing methods […]
Uncanny Editions launched the 2nd issue of Uncanny Magazine and hosted a one-day group exhibition on the 20th January 2011. The exhibition included work by Karen Lacroix and guest artists Page Tsou, Therese Vandling & Luke Frost and Tom Owen. The event took place at Four Corners Gallery (Bethnal Green, London, UK).
This issue explores the relationship the Surrealist authors André Breton and Paul Eluard had with religion, particularly with Catholicism. It approaches the subject using the book The Immaculate Conception (1930), questioning the authors’ anti-religious orientation through a new series of handmade collages. Uncanny Magazine is the visual output of Karen Lacroix’s ongoing research on Surrealism. […]
Uncanny Magazine is the visual output of Karen Lacroix’s ongoing research on Surrealism and its methods of production. All illustrations are hand-made collages. Dimensions: 29.5 x 20.5 cm, 20pp. Numbered edition of 60. Sold Out. Correct, correct yourself, be corrected, polish, tell off, find fault, never plunge blindly into the subjective treasury purely for the […]