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Drawing on earth sciences research and studies of the Anthropocene, this major book explores the relationship between the mineral make-up of a site and the societies they produce and sustain. Designed by Paul Mylecharane and Ziga Testen, with texts by Open Spatial Workshop, Saskia Beudel, Kathryn Yusoff, Matt Poll. Published by MUMA (Melbourne).

384 pages, 26 cm x 20 cm, soft-cover, MUMA (Melbourne). Distributed by Perimeter Books.

This publication can be ordered online through Perimeter Books and MUMA online

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OSW (with Terri Bird and Scott Mitchell) image on the cover of the Delueze Studies Journal, 2012
Image taken from the project titled Lumpen Falls held at the AEAF in Adelaide, 2011
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a world fully accessible by no living being
broadsheet of propositions published as part one of a three part project titled by the same name during
the Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture exhibition of public projects at Federation Square, Melbourne, 2011.

an online PDF of this publication is available here

concept: Bianca Hester
design: Bianca Hester and Warren Taylor
texts: Bianca Hester
published by: The Narrows
pages:32
ISBN: 978-0-9805877-8-4

funded by the The Melbourne Trust, 2011
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actions will occur intermittently
catalogue published in conjunction with the project titled please leave these windows open overnight to enable
the fans to draw in cool air during the early hours of the evening at The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA).

compilation and design: Bianca Hester and Matt Hinkley
texts: Juliana Engberg, Professor Andrew Benjamin, Dr Terri Bird, Dr Tom Nicholson, Dr Bianca Hester, Charlotte Day.
published by: ACCA
pages: 96
ISBN: 978-0-9807779-4-9

funded by the Helen Macpherson Smith Commission 2010
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accommodating spaces, materials, projects, people, actions, objects, thoughts: relatively
book published by The Narrows which compiles a selection of projects developed since 2002

compilation and design: Bianca Hester and Warren Taylor
texts: Dr Adrian Parr, Dr Terri Bird, Caterina Riva and Bianca Hester
published by: The Narrows
price: $45.00: contact warren@thenarrows.org
pages:108
edition: 400
ISBN:978-0-9805877-6-0

funded by the City of Melbourne
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instructional score produced for line drawing
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THE NARROWS PRINT WORKSHOP

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material adventures, spatial productions:manoeuvring sculpture towards a proliferating event // PhD project book, 2007

to access the thesis, click here
to access the image book which accompanies the thesis, click here

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poster made for projectprojects, published by The Showroom, London 2007, edition of 1000

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ground books 2007
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multiple miscellaneous alliances poster 2004
published as in insert into a catalogue which collected contributions from those involved
into an edition of 100 copies. For a download of this poster, click here

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things full of people publication 2005
publication produced for Lisa Kelly's project - long conversation, working notes, studio situation 1992-2005
within the context of the exhibition situation: artists collaborations, collectives & artist networks from Sydney, Singapore and Berlin
curated Russell Storer at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

To download a copy of this publication, click here
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series of interviews: made for the project:expanding, compressing, figures, fields
exhibited at primavera 10, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2001

interviews were with artists of the same exhibition and include discussions with:
Carmen Soraya Moreno, TV Moore, Blair Trethowan, Scott Mitchell, Michael Graeve,
Alex Gawronski, Annie Hogan & Jacinta Schreuder

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