At the weekend I checked out the Firstsite Gallery in Colchester which is a new contemporary art gallery in Essex. The exhibition 'Xerography' focusses on work made by artists and artists groups that have used the photocopier as the central process in their work(s). The exhibition has an amazing collection of work including really rare original works by Sol Le Witt and Bruno Munari's Xerografia bookwork amongst many others. Here's some images from the show and exhibition entrance. Check more info here: Firstsite
"75 years after the first photocopy was made, firstsite’s autumn exhibition celebrates the role that this technology has played within contemporary art. Featuring over 125 works by 39 artists and artist groups from 10 countries, it is our largest exhibition to date'. Featured selected artists including: Featuring artists: Carl Andre, Nobuyoshi Araki, Anna Banana, BANK, Thomas Bayrle, Mel Bochner, Alighiero Boetti, Wolfgang Breuer, Ian Burn, Laurie-Rae Chamberlain, Buster Cleveland, Bob Cobbing, Continuous Project, Hanne Darboven, Matias Faldbakken, General Idea, David Hockney, Jenny Holzer, Ray Johnson, Gabriel Kuri, Sol LeWitt, Cary Loren, Sarah Lucas, Sara MacKillop, Daido Moriyama, Bruno Munari, Willem Oorebeek, Raymond Pettibon, Steven Pippin, Sigmar Polke, Jim Shaw, Penelope Slinger, Barbara T. Smith, Josh Smith, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel, Stan VanDerBeek, Stephen Willats, JD Williams, Christopher Wool."