the codex events at QCA were initiated in 2011 with codex event 8. Each event is collaborative in nature and aims to produce either a series of artists books or an editioned artists book. The nature of each event is shaped by the invited participants who are asked to investigate the relationship between three fundamental elements of Print Culture; papermaking, printmaking and the book. The events were initiated in 2004 by Tim Mosely while at Southern Cross University.
codex event 8 involved a collaboration between, Sarah Bodman, Paul Laidler and Tom Snowden from the Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE, UK, Monica Oppen from the Bibliotheca Librorum apud Artificem, Sydney and Tim Mosely from the Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research. The five books produced from codex event 8 (illustrated above) are held by the Bibliotheca Librorum apud Artificem
Books generated through the codex events are held at,
Bibliotheca Liborum Apud Artificem, Sydney
Bukarts Artists Book Collection, Vilnius, Lithuania
Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library, Harvard University, Boston, USA
Southern Cross University, Artists Books Collection, NSW
State Library of Queensland, Australian Library of Art, Brisbane
Artist's Book Collection, Bower Ashton Library, UWE, Bristol, UK
and have been exhibited at,
Codex Event 8, Manly Library, Sydney, Australia
Centre for Fine Print Research New Work, "F-Block" Gallery. UWE, UK
Codex Event 8, POP Gallery, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
New Treasures, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
On Top of the World, Australian Book Artists, Glen Echo Park, Washington DC
reading between the marks, NEXT Art Gallery, Lismore, Australia
"the pflight of the paper balloon", Tweed Valley regional Art Gallery
Book Art -Time 2006, Book Art Museum, LODZ, Poland,
(Touring Europe & USA)
4th Seoul International Book Arts Fair, Seoul, South Korea
SCU acquisitive Artists Book Award, Next Art Gallery, Lismore Australia.
Spike Island Printmakers & artists' books, Paintworks, Bristol UK
SCU Artists Books Acquisitive Award, Next Art Gallery, Lismore Australia
4th International Artist’s Book Triennial, Vilinius Lithuania.