Louise Jennison

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*[[Summertime: And the livin' is easy, just as Ella & Louis sang]] (2009) with [[Gracia Haby]]
*[[Before it's too late]] (2008)
*[[Before it's too late]] (2008)
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*[[Have wheels, will go]] (2007) in collaboration with thirty-one others
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*[[Three in the kitchen]] (2007) with Louise Jennison and Shari Altman
*[[Geschlecht und Schoklade]] (2007)  
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[http://gracialouise.typepad.com/elsewhere/ Elsewhere] Louise Jennison's blog
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Louise Jennison (1976-) is a Melbourne, Victora, Australia based artist and zinester.

Louise has worked extensively and collaboratively with fellow artist Gracia Haby on zines, artists' books, lithographic prints, installations, exhibitions and a range of craft items. Her work incorporates drawings and watercolours, often depicting natural history subjects.

Zineography

Conference presentations

  • 'If we stand very still no one will notice', with Gracia Haby at BOOKS.07 Works of Imagination: The Search for the Impossible, Noosa Regional Gallery, 24 August – 30 September 2007

External Links

gracia + louise the website of the Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison

Elsewhere Louise Jennison's blog

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