|S2 Ep2: BOOKNESS with Kevin Steele
|BOOKNESS talks to graphic designer and book artist Kevin Steele about his pop-up book ‘The Movable Book of Letterforms’, which is on display in the Bodleian’s exhibition ‘Alphabet’s Alive!’ until the end of January 2024.
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Kevin Steele
|13 December, 2023
|S2 Ep1: BOOKNESS with Paul Johnson
|BOOKNESS talks to book artist Paul Johnson about his pop-up book ‘Dies Natalis’, which was created as a gift to the Bodleian library for the Gifts and Books exhibition.
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Paul Johnson
|13 October, 2023
|S1 Ep5: BOOKNESS with Justine Provino
|On the 30th anniversay of its publication, BOOKNESS talks to book conservator and PhD candidate Justine Provino about her research into the self-destructing book 'Agrippa'.
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Justine Provino
|9 December, 2022
|S1 Ep4: BOOKNESS with Stephen Emmerson
|BOOKNESS talks to poet and artist Stephen Emmerson about his book 'Translation of Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge', a paperback novel 'translated' into mushrooms.
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Stephen Emmerson
|21 November, 2022
|S1 Ep3: BOOKNESS with Yiota Demetriou
|BOOKNESS talks to multi-media artist Yiota Demetriou about her book 'To You', a book made with thermal ink that requires the intimacy and heat of the reader's hands to reveal its text.
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Yiota Demetriou
|15 November, 2022
|S1 Ep2: BOOKNESS with Ben Denzer
|In the first episode in this series, BOOKNESS talks to book designer and artist Ben Denzer, about a book he has created from 20 slices of Kraft American cheese.
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Ben Denzer
|8 November, 2022
|S1 Ep1: Welcome to BOOKNESS
|Welcome to BOOKNESS, a podcast from the Centre for the Study of the Book at the Bodleian Libraries exploring artists' books made of unusual materials…
|Alice Evans, Jo Maddocks, Chris Fletcher, Emma Smith, Adam Smyth
|8 November, 2022
|Talk 6: Tying up loose threads: the Textiles in Libraries project so far
|Join the Bodleian Conservation and Collection Care team to find out more about what the Textiles in Libraries project has involved so far.
|Alice Evans, Nicole Gilroy, Henrike Lähnemann, Katica Laza
|19 July, 2022
|Talk 5: Textiles and text: A collaborative approach to conserving textile-covered manuscripts
|Conservators Jane Eagan and Maria Hayward describe their work treating seven manuscripts re-covered in velvet for Henry VIII, part of a small corpus of royal books still in their textile bindings in the Queens College Library
|Jane Eagan, Maria Hayworth, Alice Evans
|5 April, 2022
|Talk 4: Textiles from East to West: case studies from the Leiden collections
|Building on earlier talks in the series that explored the uses of textiles in library collections, this talk focuses on examples of textiles in manuscript bindings in the Oriental collections of Leiden University Library.
|Karin Scheper, Alice Evans
|24 January, 2022
|Talk 3: Stitches, leaves and smelly old books: in conversation with textile artist Alice Fox
|Textile based artwork is well aligned with stitched or folded book structures. Giving book-related examples from her practice, artist Alice Fox describes how an experimental approach to materials can lead to a variety of creative outcomes.
|Alice Fox, Alice Evans, Andrew Honey
|9 December, 2021
|Talk 2: Beyond the velvet cover: textiles and craft in Byzantine bookbinding
|Georgios Boudalis explores the subject of textiles and craft in Byzantine bookbinding, sharing techniques little known not only in the context of Byzantine bookbinding but also more generally in the context of Byzantine material culture.
|Georgios Boudalis, Alice Evans
|6 December, 2021
|Talk 1: Textiles in Libraries: glimpses from the Bodleian
|The first talk in the Textiles in Libraries: Context and Conservation series brings together three colleagues from across the Bodleian Library to explore the wide variety and sometimes surprising uses of textiles found in our collections.
|Jo Maddocks, Andrew Honey, Martin Kauffmann, Alice Evans
|11 November, 2021