“Arts & Sciences Projects is an organization dedicated to providing a production and dissemination platform for emerging and established artists through independent publishing, an alternative project space, and temporary installations and performances. In addition to organizing exhibits in a New York project space from 2008-2012, Arts & Sciences Projects has exhibited at the NY Art Book Fair, the LA Art Book Fair, Yale University Art Gallery, Guest Spot (Baltimore), and other venues. Published works are held in the collections of the Getty Institute, Brooklyn Museum, National Gallery of Canada, Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Franklin Furnace Archive, and Maryland Institute College of Art Library.”

 

Philip Tomaru, Positions, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2015, 8,5″x 11″, Risography and Spiral binding, 30 pp., 100 copies.

 

[Philip Tomaru], Untitled (Modern Language) – 2013, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, no date, 8,25″x 10,5″, Photocopy and Spiral binding, 20 pp.

 

Ryan Compton, 3, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2012, 8,5″x 11″, Photocopy and Perfect binding, 30 pp., 50 copies.

 

Philip Tomaru, Mies in Baltimore (Polaroid series), New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2012, 5,5″x 7″, Photocopy, 12 pp., 20 copies.

 

Collective, Wall Papers, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2011, 8,5″x 11″, Photocopy and Perfect binding, 46 pp., 100 copies.

Wall Papers is a B&W photocopied compilation zine featuring original photographs posted on social media sites by friends and friends of friends.
Contributors to Wall Papers were asked to submit photos that they deemed forgotten, ignored, or simply un-noticed on social media sites (such as Facebook, Tumblr, or personal websites).
Wall Papers advances a humble, yet tangible notion of relative permanency in an era of streaming, quickly lapsed image making/circulation.
Contributors:Mark Daniel Amura, Mahieddine Bachtarzi, Christine Callahan, Laurent Champoussin, Ryan Compton, Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo, Gina Dawson, Sam Frazier, Edwin Giglio, Carl Gunhouse, Scott Hug, Federico Krampack, Calvin Lee, Martin Massette, Billy Miller, Daavid Mörtl, Trevor Powers, Aaron Tilford, Philip Tomaru, Charlie Welch

 

Carl Gunhouse, American Desire, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2011, 7,75″x 10″, Offset, 24 pp., 100 copies.

 

Philip Tomaru, Young Man with International Style, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2011, 7″x 8,5″, Photocopy, 16 pp., 30 copies.

 

Martin Masetto & Philip Tomaru (eds.), Instant Media Dispatch, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2011, 7″x 8,5″, Photocopy, 12 pp.

 

Philip Tomorrow [Philip Tomaru], Mies & Men, New York, Arts and Sciences Projects, 2011, 5,5″x 8,5″, Photocopy, 8 pp.

 

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