木格堂 × 羅苓寧|Photobook Editing & Design Workshop

攝影書設計工作坊:既有的格式 推翻的編輯

6位創作者 × 8 days × A3 size × 48p × 7種紙 = ∞



年前受木格堂的邀請,到成都做了一個為期八天的攝影書編輯設計工作坊以及日本攝影書的特展。六位學員中,有從事策展、攝影、專職藝術創作、學生、業餘愛好者,也有非藝術領域者。

從分享各自的作品、喜歡的攝影書、選照片、(第一次)使用設計軟體、翻閱方式、排版、選紙、印刷、手工裁切、黏貼成冊到成果發表。在既有的規格之下,陪著每位學員用他們自己的方式找出專屬的編輯節奏,加以基礎裝訂與印刷知識,任其自由地發展出獨一無二的作品集。


Invited by the Chinese artist Muge to hold a workshop about photobook editing and design before the Chinese New Year at his gallery in Chengdu. The workshop runs for 8 days with 6 participants - a curator, photographer, artist, student, photography lover and person from a totally different field.


Sharing each other's works, favorite books...from selecting images, using design software (even without any experience), working on the layout, papers, printing, making a dummy book by hand. Based on the basic knowledge of making a book, each participant creates a unique photo dummy book freely.


I am totally amazed by what they brought out within the regulation given by the workshop but broke the rules of editing. It has been a very inspiring and wonderful trip, and I am so happy to meet and catch up with Chengdu-based artists Muge (mugephoto.com), Zhang Xiao (www.zhangxiaophoto.com), Adou (photographyofchina.com/blog/adou), Chen Xiaoyi (chenxiaoyi.net), Liu Ke and Huang Huang (www.liukehuanghuang.com).




WORKSHOP DAY 1 - DAY 7


Day 1 |Summary



Day 2 |Summary



Day 3-4|Summary



DAY 5-8|Summary


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