November 29-December 4, 2016

EXILE Books presents FEEL THE EDGES at UNTITLED 2016

FEEL THE EDGES at the UNTITLED art fair is dedicated to presenting Miami’s ephemeral print culture. EXILE Books will feature a curated tabletop with a rotating exhibition, highlighting a different artist’s work every day. Each artist will showcase new printed work accompanied by a unique activation of the space. The booth will display a selection of books, zines, and works on paper complemented by patio style stools by AMLgMATD and neon signage. FEEL THE EDGES explores counterculture and punk, enticing the audience to push their experience to its boundaries - of the page, the space, the architecture, to dip into the outer limits of possibility, while resting their tired feet like a local. 

Tuesday, November 29, 3-8pm FEEL THE EDGES by Amanda Keeley
Wednesday, November 30, 11am-7pm-Made Up Memories by Elia Khalaf
Thursday, December 1, 11am-7pm- Line Script Diary by Alan Gutierrez
Friday, December 2, 11am-7pm CONTROL by Antonia Wright
Saturday, December 3, 11am-7pm Nah-No Magazine Issue #3 Release 
Sunday, December 4, 11am-5pm Dale Zines, Billy Zine Vol. 2 Launch

UNTITLED Pavilion is located at 12th and Ocean Drive

Featured artist's projects:
FEEL THE EDGES by Amanda Keeley
Feel the Edges is a new zine and neon text work which encourages an independent paradigm, to push the limits of conventional print projects and explore alternative channels for communication.

Made-Up Memories by Elia Khalaf
Made-Up Memories is a generative workshop where people of all ages make their own fictional autobiographies. It’s the DIY way to learn history, both personal and shared. The participants are presented with curated archives and creative prompts in an effort to relate to each other fictionally in a way not possible through an imposed reality, all while unearthing buried stories and unsung heroes. The emerging stories and artworks, part-confession, part-concoction, will be put to print and launched during UNTITLED 2016, in an anti-chronicle. This will be a collection of the funniest, simplest, most insightful, "I remembers".

Line Script Diary by Alan Gutierrez
Line Script Diary is a Miami-based journal of text-based works edited and published by Alan Gutierrez, with contributions from local and international artists, writers, and thinkers. The scope of texts is limited only to the physical constraints of the journal's format, in an effort to commission, cultivate, and distribute forms of experimental written language and text-based projects.

CONTROL by Antonia Wright
From the Paris Commune to Euromaidan, the civil rights movement to the #blacklivesmatter movement, the zine CONTROL, by Antonia Wright, looks into the cultural and political history of the barricade and how it came to be a ubiquitous symbol on our streets today.

Nah-No Magazine
Nah/No Magazine is an international art and culture publication focused on emerging and established artists. In this special exhibition, Nah/No will be launching Issue #3 and showcasing the work of Miami based photographer, Dana Lauren Goldstein along with a curated zine table featuring artists all over the world.

Dale Zines
Join Dale Zine at Untitled Art Fair on December 4th. We will showcase our Dale zine library, feature artwork from Dale artists. Dale Zine will also debut the much anticipated Billy Zine vol 2, with a special appearance and paw signing. Maybe a puppy kiss too!