eShelf is a collection of artists’ online publishing activities and a series
of events introducing digital publishing projects, initiatives and resources,
initiated and curated by London based artist Rahel Zoller.

Her aims were to showcase a selection of online independent publishing activities, showing examples of creative and experi­mental uses of online publishing, and also to bring together publishers working across similar digital platforms.

She wanted to create a platform where she could demonstrate and share a variety of different projects that were happening in such an exciting and diverse field, one that is undergoing a substantial redefinition and having to adapt to so many cultural changes.

eShelf is meant to be a snapshot, or observation, of the here and now. Rahel Zoller compiled an A - Z of online publishing activities into the eShelf, which is indexed online at www.eshelf.info. We first began posting a countdown from A-Z on the eShelf on the 18th of April, beginning with A, and ending with Z on the 18th of May 2012.We invited publishers and individuals to introduce their publishing activities at a series of talks held at X Marks the Bökship.

An exhibition was organised at X Marks the Bökship at the end of the series.

www.eShelf.info

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