Aaron Flint Jamison (b. Billings, MT, 1979) has exhibited at Culturgest (Porto), castillo/corrales (Paris), Pied a Terre (San Francisco), Open Satellite (Seattle), Midway Contemporary (Minneapolis), Marfa Book Company (Marfa, TX), Museum of Modern Art (New York), and the Center d’edition contemporaine (Geneva), among others. Jamison lives and works in Portland, OR, where he is the founder of the art center Yale Union. Jamison co-founded the artist-run center Department of Safety (2002-2010) in Anacortes, WA, and is the founder and editor of Veneer Magazine. Jamison is represented by Air de Paris.
Director/Curator of Artspeak 2011–2016.
AARON FLINT JAMISON
June 9–July 21, 2012
Opening Friday, June 8, 8PM
This project is made possible with special support from the BC Arts Council Innovations Program.
Artist Talk and Factory Tour
AARON FLINT JAMISON
July 14, 2012
at Pacific Bindery
870 West Kent Ave
Please join us at Pacific Bindery with the artist Aaron Flint Jamison. This event is presented in conjunction with Jamison’s exhibition that is on view at Artspeak until July 21st.
This event is co-presented with Western Front.
This project is made possible with special support from the BC Arts Council Innovations program.
Title: Veneer 09
Category: Artist Periodical
Artist: Aaron Flint Jamison
Writers: A.J. Seaholm, Andrew Peterson & Mehdi Ahmadian, T. Cucchi, Rebecca Suzanne Ingram, Constance Spry, Robyn Carliss, Dr. David Kaplin
Editor: Aaron Flint Jamison, Azure Akamay
Design: Aaron Flint Jamison
Publisher: Artspeak, Yale Union
Printer: Multiple printers
Year published: 2012
Binding: Sewn Bound
Process: Offset, letterpress
Features: Includes rose petals
Dimensions: 23 x 14.5 x 1 cm
Weight: 288 g
Veneer Magazine is an 18-book publishing project established in 2007. Each publication is elaborately made and often focuses on the books themselves beign documents to specific performances. Edited by Aaron Flint Jamison, the magazine is available by subscription and is printed in an edition of 700. Issue 09/13 includes contributions from A.J. Seaholm, Andrew Peterson & Mehdi Ahmadian, T. Cucchi, Rebecca Suzanne Ingram, Constance Spry, Robyn Carliss, Dr. David Kaplin, and a record from “Plaintiffs v. ExxonMobil oil Corporation. “Issue 09/18 is published in conjunction with Jamison’s exhibition at Artspeak (June 9–July 21, 2012).