Category: narratives

I’ve been invited by the French gallery Le Salon to take part in an exhibition and have decided to involve visitors, making an interactive story on the themes proposed: Fetish, Totem, Taboo and Divan.

How can you tell a story through sounds? How can you make it fun and engaging to tell? How do you allow a reader some freedom without losing him? Click here to see the making of this letterpress-printed sound story…

I was asked by the gallery La Maison to produce an A5 pamphlet, or tract, for a collaborative project as part of the 2011 summer event L’Art Contemporain et la Côte d’Azur. Cure d’Azote, the name of the project, is a wink at the puns in Duchamp’s experimental movie. I focused on the manifesto nature of […]

The accordion book is now letterpress printed on beautiful mohawk paper, and bound into it’s jacket! I will update you later this week on where you can order a copy online, or for pre-ordering direct please email me at maiabeyrouti(a)gmail.com The book’s size is 12.7 x 21.6cm (5″ x 8.5″) closed 101.6 x 21.6cm 40″ […]