THE HISTORY OF SCULPTURE
32 page booklet published by Cooper Gallery, Dundee on the occasion of Starr's exhibition, Before le Cerveau Affamé.
The book presents photographs and archive images along with poetry relating to 'The Bubble', a central motif of Le Cerveau Affamé.
Edition of 150
BEFORE LE CERVEAU AFFAME
Limited edition 12" vinyl record (Spoken word)
Recording of 12 poems relating to the first 12 cards of 'Le Cerveau Affamé'. The poems directed the 'Opening Ceremony' of the exhibtion Before le Cerveau Affamé at Cooper Gallery on 10th October 2013. All written by Starr, they are : The Brain, The Curtain, The Pink Material, The Mothers, Two of Brains, Two of Bubbles, Three of Bubbles, The Lesson, The Lleu Llaw, The Mysteries, One of Cats and The Cat's Mother.
Edition of 10
I AM A RECORD
Monograph published by Le Confort Moderne.
The book illustrates the full collection of one-off vinyl records made by Starr for I am a Record: featuring cover, gatefold and vinyl artworks with accompanying texts written by the artist.
32cm x 32cm, 160 pages, clothbound, hardback with silver embossed cover.
Published with support from OUTSET.
Edition of 250
I AM THE MEDIUM Georgina Starr
Limited edition 12inch vinyl record.
The record holds 250 locked grooves with recordings taken from 12 séances with 12 different mediums over a 12 month period.
The record sleeve is handmade with 12 fold-out hands protecting the vinyl record.
Published by Le Confort Moderne.
Edition of 80
THEDA, A Performance
Artists limited edition handmade book.
A detailed theatrical study of Starr's performance in THEDA.
Hand-sewn, leather bound, white gold de-bossed. 73 pages with 39 b/w photographic illustrations.
Edition of 10
THE BUNNY LAKES
The book covers episodes from the celebrated Bunny Lake Series of videos, drawings, photographs and performances (1999-2003).
With essays by Phillip Monk, Dave Beech and Georgina Starr.
Monograph published by Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
An overview of Starr's works from 1992-98, with essays by Thom Lawson, James Roberts, Eva Meyer-Hermann and Susan Corrigan.
Published by Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
13 track soundtrack CD from Tuberama: A Musical on the Northern Line. With songs composed by Georgina Starr, Oliver Hangl, Joby Talbot, Daniel Robinson and David Benke.
VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET
Published by Kunsthalle Zurich to coincide with Starr's solo show in 1994.
A screenplay inspired by Starr's memory of the 1950's film of the same name. The story intercuts between her memories of watching the film on a Saturday morning in 1978, and attempting to re-enact it in her studio 16 years later.
Four short plays
Artist's limited edition booklet of plays based on overheard conversations collected during a year of secretly recording couples around London.
The book comes in a box set with musical score of Starr's song 'Mentioning', and an audio tape of Starr singing the song.
Artist's limited edition book in which Starr deconstructs the 6 dances from her first video work Static Steps. The book illustrates each dance, plots the dance steps and discloses the names and significance of each individual movement made by the paper dancers.
Colour with fold out pages.
Published by Taschen.
An overview of contemporary international artists from the 90's.
Published by Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.
The catalogue was produced for the exhibition The Cauldron, curated by Maureen Paley at Henry Moore Studio, Dean Clough in Halifax. The exhibition included works by Christine Borland, Angela Bulloch, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Steven Pippin, Georgina Starr & Gillian Wearing.
Published for the exhibition at The Power Plant, Toronto with Tracey Emin, Georgina Starr & Jane and Louise Wilson.
ID An International Survey on the Notion of Identity in Contemporary Art
Published in 1995 for the exhibition ID at the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum in The Netherlands with Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Vanessa Beecroft, Willie Doherty, Douglas Gordon, Aernout Mik, Tony Ousler, Sam Samore, Georgina Starr & Gillian Wearing.