The Tool Book Project announces the publication of WorkBook, a risograph magazine featuring 18 artists and collaborative teams and a series of online artist features whose work addresses labor, leisure and it’s cultural intersections with art production.
The Tool Book Project was conceived of in the wake of the 2016 US presidential election as a way to connect and provide a platform for artists, writers and cultural producers and to raise funds for social and environmental justice groups that are made vulnerable under this administration. Now, three years in, Work Book, the third volume of The Tool Book Project, considers the future of institutional critique, direct social action, how our daily labor and leisure intersect with the ways we relate, resist, and create, and what can we glean from revisiting past Art and Labor movements.
Featured Print Artists: @jimarendt, @runawayaricoco, @kristina_bivona, @chinenaimi, #SusanBriante, #AshaCanalos + Jeanette Hart-Mann, #SarawutChutiwongpeti, @ginamgoico @katarinajerinic + @hotfruitcompote, @mattkushan, @gmangoni, @lanzetta_studio, @jaimesmayhew + @mx._minx, @ellenmmueller, @mr_revelle, @thestrycker, @chantal_zakari
Featured Online Artists: @parastooahovan, @angelopouloselaine, @mharthurs, @kyle_cottier, @craftsmanship_podcast + @hgsalmon, @elissaecker, @inmmezzure, @alexhammondstudio @pammohanson, @luli_la_la, @chriskojzar, @bridgetmoreenleslie, @decarlologan, @katrinamajkut, @stevemantinaos @gabriellemertz, @_shaynamiller, @adamniklewicz, @mitchknowa @david_packer_546, @asaintclair @janicesloane, @we_are_tanga, @aaronwilderart
Designed+ Edited by: @sarahgsharp
Work Book was printed by @txtbooks an artist-run independent publishing initiative in Brooklyn.
Work Book’s poster insert was designed by @ashacanalos and printed by @nicole.joseph.r Cover image by @mollydilworth