Objectspace sells a selection of specialist publications on craft, contemporary art, photography, architecture and design, as well as limited-edition objects and exhibition merchandise by New Zealand’s leading makers.
Chris Barton, Ashleigh Darroch and Carl Douglass (Eds.)
This publication accompanied PAC studio's 2018 exhibition at Objectspace: Penumbral Reflections, a project centred on ideas of penumbral shadow, the partial shadow that occurs between umbra, the darkest part of the shadow, and full illumination.
Damian Skinner and Kevin Murray
This book offers a beautifully illustrated and comprehensive history of contemporary jewellery in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, mapping the remarkable story of how two countries, far from the jewellery centres of Europe and North America, have contributed to an international art form, transforming jewellery from an imitation of European taste into an original expression of place.
Shadowed by the virtual, and flecked by drifting data, Paul Cullen enacts the knowledge that printed matter is all about organizational specifics, and particularities of effect. It relativizes the shuffle of text and image between the formats of magazine, catalogue, book, inventory, dossier.
Richard Fahey (Ed.)
Produced on the occasion of the exhibition Clay Economies curated by Richard Fahey at Objectspace, 2008, this publication stands to one side of the exhibition, as an anthology of critical writing addressing an 'expanded field' of contemporary ceramic production in New Zealand.