Inbindable Volume

Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry

29 July – 21 August 2010

Inbindable Volume is an ambitious multi-screen video installation filmed in Birmingham’s iconic Central Library, the city’s most infamous example of Brutalist architecture. Inbindable Volume is an exploration of the journey between conception and materialisation – both in architecture and books – and what becomes of ideologies after they have been realised in material form.

Inbindable Volume was developed in residence between VIVID and Jan Van Eyck Academie, and was the inaugral commission of Kihlberg and Henry’s first UK tour, produced and managed by VIVID and developed in collaboration with Danielle arnaud and ArtSway.

Following exhibition at VIVID, Inbindable Volume and additional new works toured to Danielle Arnaud, London; Galleri Box, Sweden; and ArtSway, Hampshire.