BAILEY, Stuart

Work-in-Progress (Just-in-Time)

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Date: Wednesday 11 October 2006
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 94 mins

Stuart Bailey is the founding editor of Dot Dot Dot (dot-dot-dot.nl), which has been dubiously described as a 'post punk/marxist design journal'. Bailey has been involved in setting up a print workshop and occasional bookstore on New York's Lower East Side under the name Dexter Sinister (dextersinister.org). Bailey studied graphic design at the University of Reading from 1991-95 and was part of the first group of participants at the Werkplaats Typografie, Arnhem, NL, 1998-2000.



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