CUT COPY PASTE 2023 PROGRAMMES

28 January 2023, Saturday


11am — 2pm

CMD Print Studio

RISOGRAPH WORKSHOP

This workshop will allow participants to develop a simple zine using the Risograph machine.




Limited to 12 pax per session. Free and open to the public.


Click here to register.


1:30pm — 3pm

AUDITORIUM
PANEL DISCUSSION:
ON THE DIVERSITY OF SELF-PUBLISHING

There are no set standards or structures to self-publishing – from staple-bound photocopied pages to full-coloured bound publications, this format allows for a wide range voices, identities and possibilities.

In this talk, we discuss the diversity of self-publishing with four bookmakers, each one’s practise different from the next, and understand the significance of doing it yourself.


Speakers: Gideon Kong (Temporary Press), Vanessa Lim (@hellovanlim), Huda Azzis (Your Local Newsstand), Shuilam Wong (HOLE IN THE WALL)

Moderator: Renée Ting (Singapore Art Book Fair/Thing Books)



Gideon Kong co-runs gideon-jamie, a design studio, Temporary Press, a publishing project, and teaches design at Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore.

Van Lim is an independent illustrator and graphic designer currently based in Singapore. She’s never afraid to experiment with visuals, graphics, and form. With a great interest in print and publication works, Van has experimented with books and printmaking as a form of—both art and archive. She has designed and self-published a range of publications from art books to zines.

A freelance video editor by day and zine maker by night, Huda Azzis's interests in zine making started when she was a teenager. What started as a hobby, collecting black and white xerox printed zines soon morphed into Your Local Newsstand, a five-year-old outfit whose aim is to highlight works by new and emerging photographer.

HOLE IN THE WALL is a creative duo that records the alternative music and art scene through interviews and live drawings. Started in Beijing, they now reside in Hong Kong and Tokyo. From creating illustrations and zine making, they hope to capture people and places part of the underground culture across the cities they visit.



3pm — 5pm

AUDITORIUM
FILM SCREENINGS

Showcasing a series of short films made by past final year students of Temasek Polytechnic’s Diploma in Digital Film & Television (DFT), the line up will consist of three short documentaries (Timekeeper, Vanishing Cut, Voices to Keep) and three fictional short films (Bahay, Ixora Flower, 1M Apart). Each of the six short films presents a peek of some inspirational and relatable stories of our society touching on the themes of art and cultural preservation, social harmony and resilience.




1. Timekeeper, (10 mins) Documentary (Dir. Emily Chua)
2. Bahay (15 mins), Family Drama (Dir. Jason Del Mundo)
3. Vanishing Cut (12 mins), Documentary (Dir. Hannah Yoong)
4. Ixora Flower (25 mins), Period Drama (Dir. Hannah Yoong)
5. Voices to Keep (12 mins), Documentary (Dir. Bernice Ng Kai Lin)
6. 1M Apart (15 mins), Comedy Drama (Dir. Nurain Kaili Tan)

29 January 2023, Sunday


11am — 2pm

CMD Print Studio

RISOGRAPH WORKSHOP

This workshop will allow participants to develop a simple zine using the Risograph machine. Limited to 12 pax per session.



Limited to 12 pax per session. Free and open to the public.
Registration opening soon.


Click here to register.


4pm — 4:30pm

TP BOOTH
BOOTHSIDE CHATS
with Jasmine Ang (TP Staff)

Boothside Chats is a series of short introductory talks by zinemakers about their works.




Based in Singapore, Jazhmine is an explorer of the realm that exists between design and art. She takes delight in combining and contrasting mundane subjects and objects, constantly seeking meaning in the unexpected.


4:30pm — 5pm

SHRUB/THING BOOKS BOOTH
BOOTHSIDE CHATS
with Tofu House

Boothside Chats is a series of short introductory talks by zinemakers about their works.




Tofu House is a team of 2 fruity people (Annie and Min) originally created to make a short animated film about lived queer experiences in Singapore because we find our media lacks positive representation. Tentatively called Holding Hands In Public, the film we wish we had as kids will be ready mid 2023 <3 Tofu House has become a little more as we take on projects like the pop-up and lil promo animation we did for Shrub. Individually we have our own practice of making zines and prints and more.


5pm — 5:30pm

TP BOOTH
BOOTHSIDE CHATS
with Loh Xiang Yun (VSC Alumni)

Boothside Chats is a series of short introductory talks by zinemakers about their works.




Loh Xiang Yun is an Artist and Scientific Botanical Illustrator who lives and works in Singapore.

Her work interrogates how people relate to nature. Using her observations made through drawing, painting, and photography, she examines the everyday to study how nature is managed and engineered in our cities. Through durational projects that map and document plants in our surroundings, she charts the changing ways we see and define nature.



5:30pm — 6pm

SHRUB/THING BOOKS BOOTH
BOOTHSIDE CHATS
with Hause

Boothside Chats is a series of short introductory talks by zinemakers about their works.




Hause is a trio of graphic designers interested in investigating ideas surrounding the dichotomies of fun and function in design and art. They have dabbled in screen printing T-shirts and make zines with imagery inspired by memes, subculture and whatever resources found on the internet. Presently, they are trying to explore different formats of creating, not restricting themselves as long as it fits their views.


6pm — 6:30pm

TP BOOTH
BOOTHSIDE CHATS
with Emily Choo (CMD Alumni)

Boothside Chats is a series of short introductory talks by zinemakers about their works.




hollowist revolves around illustrated magickal oddities gouged out from my nightmares, brought to death through handmade curiosities.

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© Singapore Art Book Fair 2022. All rights reserved.
For further enquiries, please contact us at info@singaporeartbookfair.org.


Singapore Art Book Fair & Cut Copy Paste is organised by

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