Lane Cormick: NOHARDATTACK

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Lane Cormick: NOHARDATTACK

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Lane Cormick: NOHARDATTACK, 2017
114 pages, 25.4 x 20.3cm
softcover with hand-printed dust jacket
edition of 100
hand-numbered and signed by the artist


LANE CORMICK: NOHARDATTACK

NOHARDATTACK is an artist book on the work of Lane Cormick. It features texts by a number of artists and writers including Daine Singer, Amita Kirpalani, Irene Hanenbergh, Jordan Marani, Masato Takasaka, Lisa Radford, Thomas Jeppe, Harry Azidis, Michael Ascroft and Geoff Newton. If features photography by Andrew Curtis, Warwick Baker, John Brash, Clare Rae, Paul Philipson and others.

NOHARDATTACK is published in a limited edition of 100. Lane Cormick handmade the covers for each book by laying all 100 covers side-by-side and printing them as a single over-sized screen print. Each printed cover is a fragment of the overall work, and therefore unique in design. A previous edition of this screen print was exhibited as a wall work at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in 2014.  Purchased books will be randomly assigned.

NOHARDATTACK is edited by Daine Singer, designed by Daisy Watkins-Harvey and published by VERSION. 
 

ABOUT LANE CORMICK

Lane Cormick’s work draws from a wide array of influences including the aesthetics of the industrial and functional, investigation of skill and technique, performance, music, modernist and contemporary culture. These influences feed into an art practice that is open-ended and without predictable outcome. He has been represented by Daine Singer since 2012.

Cormick has previously exhibited at Melbourne Art Fair, Daine Singer, Tristian Koenig, Neon Parc, CCP, RMIT Project Space, Gertrude Contemporary and the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art in Melbourne; and at Chalk Horse Gallery, Sydney; UKS Gallery, Oslo; Art Forum Berlin; Artspace, Sydney. He has also exhibited at various artist-run initiatives such as Hell, Plinth Projects, Platform, Bus, Penthouse and Pavement, Kings, TCB and First Floor. Cormick has been the recipient of an Australia Council residency in Los Angeles and a Gertrude Contemporary residency in Melbourne. He completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Drawing) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1999.

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