Our magazine is continually thinking of new ways to present printed matter, so this issue is going to look very different from the last.
The magazine consists of 6 beautifully printed A1 posters featuring artwork from across the globe.
This issue comes inside a handmade dark blue material bag, with a hand cut luminious green 06 stitched creatively on the front face.
A very special and delicate way to store your magazine, or alternatively the bag can be re-used to protect your other precious printed matter, from your latest Vogue magazine to your very own handmade zine. There is no limit to what you can re-purpose this bag for!
Eva Louisa Jonas
Martina Della Valle
Ruth Phng Keng Hwa
Victoria Louise Doyle
TERRA FIRMA MAGAZINE
"Developing perspective, objective opinion and an open minded view upon the issues in the XXl century world by exhibiting work which is not based on achivements in the art society, aesthetics and taste but what is unique and worth hearing in their visual language"
*Quote taken from 'A PRINT' by Agnes Gidenstam and Naima Callenberg of Studio NOCK.
Volume Art Book Fair
Artspace in collaboration with Printed Matter Inc.
13th - 15th of October 2017
Launch Party Sydney,Austrailia
Window illustrations by Jacqueline Mcleish
Launch Party Information!
Issue 04 of terra firma magazine launched in FOUR different countries!
Sydney, Australia / Antwerp, Belgium / London, UK / Shanghai, China
Issue 04 launched in Sydney on Monday the 13th of March 2017 at Beautiful Pages, 114 Oxford Street.
To celebrate the release of the fourth issue we collaborated with illustrator Jacqueline Mcleish who created a window artwork as part of our window display revealed on the evening!
Issue 03, Launch Party, 22nd June 2016, Goodspace Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Mags to flick through, projections, wine, artworks, music and publications by other artists from around the world!
Jessie Lee Nash
''In these ancient nights of hot water bottles and and electric blankets, my warmest night on the town concluded with a visit to the upstairs floor of the Lord Gladstone Hotel, now part of the Chippendale Renaissance, and jumping in diverse ways. That night it was State of Origin downstairs and mayhem. As the noise rose skywards, Goodspace upstairs was launching not terra nullius, not terra cotta but TERRA FIRMA a small (A5) hard-spined quarterly dedicated to the collaboration of art and design. You can get it at the MCA shop and online. Worth a look, full of new energy and ideas.If you attended the excellent Volume (an adjunct of Sydney Contemporary last year, you would recognize where this book is coming from) Many international photographers have contributed and much therein to look at. Check out The Edge of Nullabor series. Associated publication Desire Lines (designed by the editor of Terra Firma, Sophie Willison) with its photographic walk through abandoned industrial sites in Alexandria was also on display up there on 'the floor of heaven' (to quote Shakespeare - his poetic metaphor for terra firma) Apparently Goodspace gets going every Wednesday night'' - Jim Anderson
Artwork- Valentina Penkova
Artwork- Jessie Lee Nash
Artwork- Mashara Wachjudy
Laura Puigdellívol & Laura Fernández Antolín, Laura Ginger & Abbie Butfoy
Christina Evans, Matthew Brownell, Camila Montoya & Desire Lines
MCA Zine fair 11th & 12th June 2016
Tali Bayer - 'Plants + Spaces = places'
Mathew Brownell - 'Bodyworkbodywork'
Laura Ginger & Abbie Butfoy - 'Josh Doesn't Know'
Nathan Martella - 'Manipulations and mirrors'
Christina Evans - 'Nothing Matter'
Camila Montoya- 'Kokoro' & 'Hotcakes'
IDEA books / Dover Street Market
MOCA - U.S.A
Museum of Contemporary Art - Australia
Closing Ceremony - China
Launch Party for issue 02 of terra firma magazine on the 02.07.15 at Claire de Rouen Books.
A chance to browse the new issue before it arrived on shelves, to meet other creatives, and have some wine.