"Sunderland Quintet". Susan Mortimer. 5 booklets featuring 12 full page digital photographs which documents a day trip to Sunderland and the National Glass Centre. Part of The Sunderland Book Project, curated by Theresa Easton.
Michelle Wood. No 169 Ship. Bound lithographs and digital prints relating to Sunderland's industrial heritage. Part of The Sunderland Book Project, curated by Theresa Easton.
"Sunderland City of Glass". Grupa Gralla Azul. Vision of a glass worker presented in a clear acrylic wallet. Created by layering multiple copies of the same image which are cut into in different ways. Part of The Sunderland Book Project, curated by Theresa Easton.
"A Little Tribute". Monica Rocca. Double-sided concertina style book using watercolour, charcoal and pencil. Part of the Sunderland Book project , curated by Theresa Easton.
Steve Dales (UK) Boat Notes and Ships Tips Steve Dales visited the Sunderland Maritime Heritage Trust workshop as a ‘research’ trip for another project on 19th Century migration in Co.Durham. His granddad was a fisherman in Hull back in the thirties and had done a bit of sailing. “Boats are amazing things and so are the men that make and fix”. Steve Dales has created three pop-ups featuring ships and boats connected to Sunderland. http://meoverthere.tumblr.com
Sunderland: City of Seagulls. Jo Cunningham. Bound monoprints and screenprints exploring the life of the herring gull.Part of the Sunderland Book project, curated by Theresa Easton