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Bartlebooth. The production: Four minor strategies
09-03-2017 No Comments

Bartlebooth. The production: Four minor strategies

The things cooks slow fire always work out better. Because of it, after so much reversed time it makes to us a lot of illusion present the fifth experiment of Bartlebooth, newcomer of the press. An experiment that began to be in preparation at the beginning of 2016 and that had us bottled in his production and edition almost ten […]

Luis Armas - Antonio Giráldez - Begoña Hermida - Pablo Ibáñez  · publication/magazine | Bartlebooth Magazine
22-10-2015 No Comments

Luis Armas – Antonio Giráldez – Begoña Hermida – Pablo Ibáñez · publication/magazine | Bartlebooth Magazine

After a few months of rest and of search of new projects, let’s sense beforehand Bartlebooth Magazine, a small publishing project at the expense of four young architects, Luis Armas, Antonio Giráldez, Begoña Hermida and Paul Ibáñez. Bartlebooth is not a physical publication to the use, is a game, a puzzle, a project that goes out of the sum of […]

Itinerant file
27-08-2015 No Comments

Itinerant file

Bartlebooth is not exclusively a publication, it it has never been, is an experiment. Under this premise, the fourth number of Bartlebooth, The Virtues, was conceived by two complementary elements: a physical publication that agglutinates the contributions of forty collaborators, and an Itinerant File, an ambulant and formless exhibition that will be crossing different locations. As a circus or an […]

Bartlebooth 3 · The opposite ones
03-02-2015 No Comments

Bartlebooth 3 · The opposite ones

“Paul Dirac predicted in 1928 the existence of a series of particles that were not ruled by the laws of the matter, but they were opposite to them; the existence of the antimatter was arising so, of theoretical form. Thesis that would be finally confirmed in the year 1965, when in the accelerator of particles of the CERN it was […]

Bartlebooth Mag · The beginnings
23-01-2014 No Comments

Bartlebooth Mag · The beginnings

Bartlebooth is an object, is a puzzle, is a summary of different fragments, of visions, of reflections that turn concerning the only topic. The beginnings. Bartlebooth tries that every user of this object, every reader extracts his own conclusions, generate his own ideas, without the only solution exists, existing infinite, so many people as readings have. Bartlebooth does not try […]