This publication, edited and produced by Will Holder, has been published by Sternberg Press on the occasion of the exhibition Beatrice Gibson: The Tiger's Mind.
In 2010, a production process was instigated by filmmaker Beatrice Gibson and typographer Will Holder, with the intention of using British composer Cornelius Cardew’s musical score The Tiger’s Mind as a means of producing speech. Since the score concerns the changing relations between six characters in production, practitioners from other fields (musicians and visual artists) were invited to three conversations at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Kunstverein in Amsterdam and CAC Brétigny.
After each conversation, a printed document was made and distributed amongst the characters, to serve as a score for subsequent conversations. Any other ends would be found in conversation. After some time it became clear that a film would be made: Beatrice Gibson’s The Tiger’s Mind. This book is a document of its making.
Published by Sternberg Press
20.5 x 26.8 cm, 144 pages, 63 black and white illustrations, softcover
Design by Will Holder
The Tiger's Mind is available for purchase at The Showroom, or can be ordered from Sternberg Press.
A designer and writer based in London, Holder is currently editing a biography of American composer Robert Ashley (with Alex Waterman), and rewriting William Morris’ News from Nowhere (An epoch of rest) into a guide for design education and practise set in 2135. He is also editor of FR DAVID, published by de Appel, Amsterdam.More
The Tigers Mind is a film by Beatrice Gibson that led out of a serialised publishing project initiated by Beatrice Gibson and Will Holder around the score of the same name by composer Cornelius Cardew.More