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December 5 2020 06:00PM
book launch of Women in Concrete Poetry: 1959-1979

Dear Friends, on Saturday December 5
6 pm in Paris, CET / 9 am in LA, PDT / 12 pm in NY, EDT

Editors Alex Balgiu and Mónica de la Torre will be in conversation…

BERTOLOTTI-BAILEY, Francesca; BERTOLOTTI-BAILEY, Stuart; LATRONICO, Vincenzo; REINFURT, David (eds.)
The Serving Library – Annual 2020/21 (Objects)

This year's Annual is published in tandem with a long-term installation of The Serving Library's collection of (mostly) framed objects at 019, an artist-run space in a former welding factory in Ghent, Belgium.…

MARTENS, Karel
Tokyo Papers

A collection of 41 monoprints created by Karel Martens in 2019 and 2020, reproduced on their original size (front and back). Karel Martens: "In 2018 I received a package by mail from Pierre Leguillon with a small pile…

Double Change (eds)
Nioques n°22-23 Nouvelle poésie des États-Unis

Anthologie bilingue, ce numéro double présente une quinzaine de jeunes écrivains oeuvrant dans les poétiques radicales et expérimentales du XXIe siècle, afin d’ausculter la façon dont les formes, les discours et les

TEXTE ZUR KUNST (ed.)
Texte Zur Kunst 30/120 The Feminist

“Exactly three decades after the inaugural issue of TZK was published, we return to the question of where the hard-won and still-embattled rights of women* stand. With this issue, entitled ‘The Feminist’, we celebrate…

MAILLET, Clovis
Les Genres Fluides

Pouvait-on changer de genre au Moyen Âge ? Vivre en homme et devenir sainte ? Naître fille et finir chevalier ? Changer d’habits comme d’identité durant cette période dominée par la chrétienté ?
Pour faire taire les…

McCORMACK, Derek
Castle Faggot

Castle Faggot is Derek McCormack's darkest and most delicious book yet, a satire of sugary cereals and Saturday morning cartoons set in an amusement park more deranged than anything Disney dreamed up. At the heart…

HOLDER, Will (ed.)
F.R.David (E) Autumn 2020. “Correctional Facility”

So, so thick. 320 pages for this new* F.R.DAVID. “Somebody did some work during the quarantine.” “Very good.” So, E is for Eeyore, aka Bourriquet.

“I stood flapping my arms, first the left and then the…

DEJEAN, Gallien ; DE JONG, Jacqueline
Entretien avec Jacqueline de Jong

La vie de Jacqueline De Jong fait penser à un roman : multipliant les expériences professionnelles (assistante de Willem Sandberg, célèbre directeur de musée, l'une des rares femmes de l'International Situationniste, éditrice…

CREASY, Jonathan C. (ed.)
Black Mountain Poems

An essential selection of the poetry of one of the most important twentieth-century creative movements.
Black Mountain College had an explosive influence on American poetry, music, art, craft, dance, and thought;…

SELF, Jack (ed.)
Real Review #10 (Autumn 2020)

We can't go back, but we don't want to. Nor can we go on like this much longer. What will emerge from such a transitional phase, when the civic body is so lacking in health (physical, moral, political and economic)?

The…

BALGIU, Alex; DE LA TORRE, Mónica
Women in Concrete Poetry: 1959-1979

Women in Concrete Poetry: 1959-1979 is expansive anthology focused on concrete poetry written by women in the groundbreaking movement’s early history. It features 50 writers and artists from Europe, Japan, Latin…

BRATTON, Benjamin
Le Stack. Plateformes, logiciels et souveraineté

Qu’est-ce que le Stack ? Une autre façon de concevoir et d’imaginer cette nouvelle réalité qu’est l’Internet. En moins de trois décennies, nos modes de vie et nos rapports de pouvoir ont été bouleversés. Or le réseau des…

FEDERICI, Silvia
Witches, Witch-hunting and Women

We are witnessing a new surge of interpersonal and institutional violence against women, including new witch hunts. This surge of violence has occurred alongside an expansion of capitalist social relations. In this new…

SEME, Astrid
Baroness Elsa's em dashes

The purpose of the em dash is wide-ranging —as an appropriation of silence, as acting dissonance, as interruption, as occupying space. This anthology zooms into the pointed use of em dashes in the poems of pioneering Dadaist…

OLUFEMI, Lola
Feminism, Interrupted

A bold call to seize feminism back from the cultural gatekeepers and return it to its radical roots. In this book Lola Olufemi explores state violence against women, the fight for reproductive justice, transmisogyny, gendered…

TAMAS, Rebecca
Strangers. Essays on the Human and Nonhuman

In Strangers, Rebecca Tamás explores where the human and nonhuman meet, and why this delicate connection just might be the most important relationship of our times.

From ‘On Watermelon’ to ‘On Grief’,…

STEYERL, Hito
I will survive

The positions adopted by Hito Steyerl in her works and texts are of key importance in any consideration of the contemporary role that art and the museum play in society. They are also crucial to experimental forays into…

TILLMAN, Lynne
Men and Apparitions

Meet Ezechiel Hooper Stark, cultural anthropologist and bemused commentator on the contemporary world. Zeke has carved out an academic career studying family photographs, gender and images. Meanwhile – now 38 – he still…

Various
What the Fire Sees

A collection of anti-capitalist poetry, philosophy, cultural analysis, legal studies, manifesto and critique spanning 1996 to the present by Alenka Zupančič, Alexander Kluge, Amy Ireland, Anne Boyer, Aurelia Guo, Bini…

MARTIN, Douglas A.
Outline of My Lover

The twentieth-anniversary edition of an early autofiction classic, first published in 2000. On the fringes of the music scene in a Southern college town, a lonely young student driven to flee a troubled adolescence pursues…

VERGÈS, François
Une théorie féministe de la violence

Le langage officiel à propos de l’égalité hommes-femmes est un répertoire de violences : harcèlement, viol, maltraitance, féminicide. Ces mots désignent une cruelle réalité. Mais n’en dissimulent-ils pas une autre, celle…

RODARI, Gianni; MUNARI, Bruno
Le livre des erreurs

RODARI X MUNARI = <3 <3

“Pendant plusieurs années je me suis occupé de fautes d’orthographe : d’abord en tant qu’écolier, puis en tant que maître d’école, ensuite comme fabricant de jouets, s’il m’est permis d’appeler…

DIETRICH, Maurin; HASNAY, Gloria (eds.)
Not Working

“[With] the coronavirus crisis, it is impossible to ignore the fact that we have entered an era of unprecedented unemployment and immiseration that has not been seen since the Great Depression.”
—Melanie Gilligan. 

Not…

MARTINEZ, Chus
Corona Tales

Chus Martínez started writing these tales as she had been weighing how people and the media were addressing the outbreak of the virus as an unprecedented disaster. Her possible contribution,…

FOSTER, Hal
What Comes after Farce?

If farce follows tragedy, what follows farce? Where does the double predicament of a post-truth and post-shame politics leave artists and critics on the left? How to demystify a hegemonic order that dismisses its own contradictions?…

WARK, McKenzie Wark
Sensoria. Thinkers for the Twenty-first Century

As we face the compounded crises of late capitalism, environmental catastrophe and technological transformation, who are the thinkers and the ideas who will allow us to understand the world we live in? McKenzie Wark surveys…

RUSSELL, Legacy
Glitch Feminism. A Manifesto

Simone de Beauvoir said, “One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.” The glitch announces: One is not born, but rather becomes, a body.

The divide between the digital and the real world no longer…

WEHRMANN, Annette
Serpentine streamer texts

“05.08.1999 Ugh, the old money topic, not again... Too poor for the revolution! No adventure tourism and no weekend campground. Thinking is stupid. We watch TV because we can’t afford the revolution.”

Serpentine…

DANY, Hans-Christian
Ode to Routine

The backcover reads: “There is nothing fancier than sit in your kitchen and write.” Damn right! The writings by Hans-Christian Dany collected in this book have titles such as “Burn Money, Burn”; “Subjectivity in the Shadows”;…

ONLI, Meg (cur.)
Colored People Time

Over the year of 2019, the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania presented the experimental exhibition Colored People Time. Organized by Meg Onli and divided into three distinct chapters–Mundane…

GILROY, Paul
Mélancolie postcoloniale

Dans cet essai au verbe acéré, Paul Gilroy dénonce la pathologie néo-impérialiste des politiques mises en œuvre dans les pays occidentaux, sclérosés par les débats sur l’immigration, et propose en retour un modèle de société…

DAVEY, Moyra
I Confess

This NEW <3 book by Moyra Davey is based on her eponymous 2019 film, I Confess, that unites three main sources in a chronicle of late 20th-century Quebec, shaped by themes of race, poverty, language and nationalism.…

McKENZIE, Lucy; PROCTOR, Jacob (ed.)
Prime Suspect

“. . . McKenzie shows how artifice intersects with autobiography in ways that although not necessarily true are nonetheless ‘plausible enough’. Authenticity was never the point. After all fidelity is primarily a formal…

VILLARS, Eliott
Maison Libre

En 1919, la Société Coopérative d’Habitation Genève rachète 4 hectares de terrains en périphérie de Genève, à Châtelaine et mandate l’architecte…

NICOLAI, Olaf
All Our Suns

The image clippings in All Our Suns are taken from Nicolai’s collection of pictures of outer space printed in daily newspapers.These images suggest a high degree of objectivity, though technological settings as…

CLAURA, Michel; MARTINETTI, Sara
Code vestimentaire

Michel Claura : « Étonné par l’intérêt que Sara Martinetti a manifesté pour les activités para artistiques que j’ai déployées peu de temps il y a longtemps, j’en suis arrivé à penser que cela m’intéressait également, ce…

MICHELSON, Annette
On the wings of hypothesis : collected writings on soviet cinema

This posthumous volume gathers Annette Michelson's erudite and incisive readings of the revolutionary films of Sergei Eisenstein and Dziga Vertov, giving readers the opportunity to track her sustained investigations into…

GAVALDON, Sabel Gavaldon; SEGADE, Manuel (eds.)
Elements of Vogue

Bodies are agents and products of history. Bodies are history made flesh, but they are also primary tools for understanding the past, present and future. History is a choreographed sequence of gestures that makes bodies…

Marja Bloem, Krist Gruijthuijsen, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, Sara Martinetti, Jo Melvin (eds)
Seth Siegelaub: Better Read Than Dead. Writings and Interviews 1964–2013

“Better Read Than Dead” was the title that the great American art dealer, curator, author and researcher Seth Siegelaub (1941-2013) had chosen for an anthology of his own writings—one of the projects for which he never…

LE GUIN, Ursula K.
The carrier bag theory of fiction

Hacking the linear, progressive mode of the techno-Heroic, the carrier bag theory of human evolution proposes: ‘before the tool that forces energy outward, we made the tool that brings energy home.’ Prior to the preeminence…

LACAVA, Stephanie
The Superrationals

“What is wrong with him?”
“Everything.”
I laughed and ran my hand along the searest shelf. There was a wall of philosophy. Christopher had once taken to calling me and Gretchen, Deleuze…

GRAW, Isabelle
In Another World – Notes, 2014–2017

Isabelle Graw manages to capture radical political, social, and cultural changes that have occurred since 2014 in elegantly written observations, analyzing as well how these macro-shifts reach into her own life. She addresses…

ADAMS, Carol J.
The Sexual Politics of Meat. A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory

First published in 1990, The Sexual Politics of Meat is a landmark text in the ongoing debates about animal rights. In the two decades since, the book has inspired controversy and heated debate.
T he Sexual Politics…

ABBOTT, Steve; TOWNSEND, Jamie (ed.)
Beautiful Aliens. A Steve Abbott Reader

Beautiful Aliens: A Steve Abbott Reader is a landmark collection representing the visionary life’s work of beloved Bay Area luminary Steve Abbott. It brings together a broad cross-section of literary and artistic…

RADI, Fabienne
Le déclin du professeur de tennis

Une grande femme laide tombe sous le charme d’un bûcheron à longue chevelure rousse. Un gendarme esthète se prend de passion pour la photographie d’accidents. Deux sœurs luttent contre leur prédisposition aux varices.…

SNODGRASS, Susan
Dans la matrice : le design radical de Ken Isaacs

Dans la matrice : le design radical de Ken Isaacs explore le travail du designer américain Ken Isaacs (1927-2016), plus particulièrement ses projets de micro-habitations des années 1950 à 1970. L’essentiel de…

WEINBERGER, Karlheinz; ESTES, Ben (ed.)
Photographs: Together & Alone

For most of his adult life, Karlheinz Weinberger (1921–2006) worked in the warehouse department of the Siemens factory in Zurich, Switzerland. On the weekends, he escaped his job’s monotony by immersing himself in photography.…

HOLLINGS, Ken
Inferno, Volume 1

“Trash has always served me well—over the years it has become the outer form and material expression of my dreams: of tomorrow, of life in space, of the blissful alienation from this world that I have always craved.”—from…

WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig
Word Book

OH DEAR, IT'S HERE AND NOW! Badlands Unlimited very last book project ...
In 1925, Ludwig Wittgenstein, arguably one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century, wrote a dictionary for elementary school…

WEISSER, Annette
Mycelium

”Noora didn’t know a lot about contemporary art either. The most contemporary art she had seen up to that point had been a Joseph Beuys retrospective at Neue Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. But she was tall, sported a rough,…

HILL, Pati
Slave Days

Two lovers sitting on a tomb
peeled an orange and ate the rind

Three lovers in a cosy room
slept with arms and legs entwined

Four lovers on a dusty road
looked for God and found a toad

One…

VICUÑA, Cecilia; LOPEZ, Miguel (ed.)
Seehearing The Enlightened Failure

This book appears in conjunction with Cecilia Vicuña’s retrospective exhibition in Rotterdam. The comprehensive show highlights the wide-ranging oeuvre of this self-taught Chilean artist, poet, and filmmaker whose work…

KOIVU, Anniina (ed)
Vico Magistretti : Stories Of Objects

Milanese architect Vico Magistretti started his work as an industrial designer in the 1960s, going on to create more than 300 products and furniture objects. Yet only 70 of these design classics are still in production…

BROBY-JOHANSON, R.; HØRUP, Line-Gry (ed.)
BLOOD: The Poems and Archive of R. Broby-Johansen

Six years in the making, BLOOD is the first comprehensive English translation of the poems of Danish art historian, communist activist, and writer R. Broby-Johansen. Translated, edited, and designed by Line-Gry…

BENTOUNSI, Amal; BERNANOS, Antonin; COUPAT, Julien; DUFRESNE, David; HAZAN, Eric; LORDON, Frédéric
Police

On pense qu’elle a toujours existé et qu’elle existera toujours, mais non : la police telle que nous la connaissons est récente et les événements actuels mettent mondialement son existence même « en question ». On trouvera…

CARSON, Anne
Autobiographie du rouge

“Un exemple plus facile à analyser nous est offert par Géryon. Géryon est le nom d’un personnage dans la mythologie grecque au sujet duquel Stésichore a écrit un très long poème lyrique en vers dactylo-épitrites, de structure…

KEENAN, David & HOLLINGTON, Sophy
Empty Aphrodite: An Encyclopaedia of Fate

A book dedicated to motorcycles, mini-skirts, handguns, and dark,romantic poetry. Following their renowned Autonomic Tarot, David Keenan & Sophy Hollington propose here a radical imagining of the Gods of antiquity…

SERRALONGUE, Bruno
Encuentro Chiapas 1996

“Note aux participants à la rencontre intergalactique – Vous avez manifesté le souhait de participer à la Rencontre Internationale pour l’Humanité et Contre le Néolibéralisme qui se tiendra au Chiapas du 27 juillet au…

MOTARD, Alice (ed.)
Beau Geste Press

“A community of duplicators, printers, and artisans. Our press is not a business, it’s a way of life.” That’s how Beau Geste Press – the amazing small press founded in 1971 by the Mexican artists’ couple Martha Hellion…

LEGUILLON, Pierre
The Museum of Mistakes

A guided tour, in English, of Pierre Leguillon’s campy Musée des Erreurs – from WC to WC*, from the Visible Storage to the New Wing, to the Auditoriums, and back again. A museum on a human scale—no need to wipe…

PICCOLI, Cloe; GRAZIANI, Stefano (eds.)
Palazzo Abatellis Palermo

This book is the follow-up of the project, The Hidden City*, developed by Cloe Piccoli and Stefano Graziani in the context of Manifesta 12, and focusing on Palazzo Abatellis, a place that triggers imagination and…

DU PASQUIER, Nathalie
Campo di Marte

Campo di Marte was “constructed” in March 2020, at a time when Nathalie Du Pasquier was not painting. After cutting out photos of paintings produced between the 1980s and 2020, the French artist then placed them…

ZIMMERMANN, Walter
Desert Plants

Desert Plants was a cult book in the seventies because it brought the first information about the US-American composer-performer scene to Europe. Numerous examples of sheet music and entire scores enrich this…

FIRESTONE, Shulamith
Pour l’abolition de l’enfance

L’enfance est une invention récente: les caractéristiques qu’on lui attribue (innocence, vulnérabilité, dépendance, etc.) sont le produit d’une construction sociale. Les attentions spéciales, la “protection”, le “respect”…

DELISS, Clémentine
The Metabolic Museum

Part-memoir, part-essay, The Metabolic Museum is a stimulating book, in which curator Clémentine Deliss reflects on her own work as the Director of Frankfurt’s Weltkulturen Museum (Museum of World Cultures). She…

LASSNIG, Maria; OBRIST, Hans Ulrich
Maria Lassnig. Briefe an / Letter to Hans Ulrich Obrist

The microworld of the millions of neurons in the brain can, of course, be photographed but not their functions. Painting, however, can.”
—Maria Lassnig

Lassnig and HUO had an amicable exchange lasting twenty…

HUGHES, Matthew ; HELLE Una Hamilton
Waking the Witch

Released on the last day of the Waking the Witch exhibition tour, the catalogue acts both as a legacy of the exhibition and as a stand alone publication. As well as contextual contributions from the curators, the catalogue…

MACLEOD, Clem (ed.)
Worms (Two)

Worms is a bi-annual literary magazine focusing on female writers and celebrating a feminist, empowering approach to books, founded by Clem Macleod; its second issue, subtitled “Revolting Women” is dedicated to…

DIMITROVA, Maria (ed.)
Mal, a journal of sexuality and erotics. N°5 — Sex Negative — August, 2020

On anti-erotics and sexual pessimism in four essays—an analysis of the incel phenomenon, a reflection on Geroges Bataille’s erotics and ethically produced pornography, a lyrical essay on Black Venus, and a diagnosis of…

OLSSON, Göran (ed)
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

A provocative mixtape, mash-up, and treasure trove of never-before-seen images and interviews of the Black Power movement, with contemporary reflections.
The Black Power Mixtape 1967–-1975 is an extraordinary…

HESTER, Diarmuid
WRONG: A Critical Biography of Dennis Cooper

Dennis Cooper has been a punk poet, a queercore novelist, a transgressive blogger, an indie filmmaker – each successive incarnation more ingenious and surprising than the last. Using extensive archival…

WOJNAROWICZ, David
In the Shadow of Forward Motion

David Wojnarowicz’s In the Shadow of Forward Motion was originally published in 1989 as a limited-run zine/catalog to accompany an exhibition by the artist at P.P.O.W gallery.

Despite its meager print run of just…

PRECIADO, Paul B.
An Apartment on Uranus

Uranus is the coldest planet in the solar system, a frozen giant named after a Greek deity. It is also the inspiration for Uranism, a concept coined by the writer Karl Heinrich Ulrichs in 1864 to define the ‘third sex’…

MAUSS, Nick
Treatise on the Veil

Nick Mauss' artist's book takes the form of a postcard accordion with a wrap-around cover sleeve, reproducing artworks presented as part of his contribution to the HERE AND NOW exhibition series at Museum Ludwig, “Transcorporealities”,…

LIPPARD, Hanne
Work

Work proposes a retrospective look at Hanne Lippard’s singular practice exploring language as a raw materia; it compiles twelve pieces written and recorded between 2009 and 2019, and embraces the physical specificities…

FULLER, R. Buckminster; et al.
Synergetic Stew. Explorations in Dymaxion Dining

A facsimile edition of Buckminster Fuller’s 86th birthday surprise gift: an experimental cookbook, with TRUE recipes for Cheese Tetrahedron, Positively Pumpkin Bisque, Pacific Palisades Shrimp Salad, Allspace-Filling Whole…

WARSH, Marie (ed.)
Excerpts from the 1971 Journal of Rosemary Mayer

Rosemary Mayer (1943–2014) began her career in the late 1960s, experimenting with conceptual art while a student at the School of Visual Arts and as a contributor to the journal 0 TO 9. In 1971, she…

IVES, Lucy
The Saddest Thing Is That I Have Had to Use Words: A Madeline Gins Reader

A revelatory anthology of poems, experimental prose and previously unpublished work by Madeline Gins, the transdisciplinary writer-artist-thinker famed for her “Reversible Destiny” architecture

Poet, philosopher,…

FINI, Leonor
Rogomelec

Originally published in French in 1979, Rogomelec was the third of Leonor Fini’s novels. All the qualities of the paintings for which she is famed can be found in it: an undermining of patriarchy,…

RAINER, Yvonne: CHURNER, Rachel (ed.)
Revisions: Essays by Apollo Musagète, Yvonne Rainer, and Others

Yvonne Rainer has long investigated the ways in which movement can be a political act in and of itself—be it on the stage, on the screen, or at the lectern. In Revisions, Rainer pushes her interest in embodied…

P-ORRIDGE, Genesis Breyer; ABRAHAMSSON, Carl
Sacred Intent

“It’s all about giving and making available anything you feel you’ve learned or been confused by or spiritually re-energized by, revolted by, whatever it is. If it’s affected you in some way maybe it can do the same, or…

EMSHWILLER, Ed; PIRES, Jesse (ed.)
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller

From sci-fi to the avant-garde, from the covers of Ace Books to the Computer Animation Lab at CalArts—Ed Emshwiller is a significant, yet under-recognized artist of the latter half of the 20th century. With an immensely…

RODZIELSKI, Clément; BLANC, Jean-Luc
Passage du Pinceau

Exclusivité de fin d’été, Passage du Pinceau est le fruit d’une précieuse collaboration entre les artistes Clément Rodzielski et Jean-Luc Blanc, qui jadis exposèrent ensemble à la galerie Goton, dans le glorieux…

MALM, Andreas
Comment saboter un pipeline

« Nous dressons nos campements de solutions durables. Nous manifestons, nous bloquons, nous adressons des listes de revendications à des ministres, nous nous enchaînons aux grilles, nous nous collons au bitume, nous manifestons…

LEWIS, Sophie
Full Surrogacy Now. Feminism Against Family

The surrogacy industry is estimated to be worth over $1 billion a year, and many of its surrogates around the world work in terrible conditions—deception, wage-stealing and money skimming are rife; adequate medical care…

SILLMAN, Amy
Faux Pas. Selected Writings and Drawings

Ready for pre-orders ! Shipping late September / early October ♥︎
A key figure in the New York art scene, Amy Sillman is renowned for her singular approach to painting and drawing. Her writings extend a practice that…

DUDU, Vava
Vava Dudu (Blue)

The first anthology of poetry by fashion designer, musician, painter, and Paris icon Vava Dudu.

 

YORK, Charlotte
The Knife

A book somewhere between Daniel Spoerri’s Anecdoted Topography of Chance and a stream of consciousness/confession version of a “What’s in my bag” skit. The Knife is the name Charlotte York gave to their…

LEWITT, Sol
Not to be sold for more than 100$

Not to be sold for more than $100 explores the little-known but fascinating body of conceptualist pioneer Sol LeWitt’s folded, torn, and cut paper works, which he created from approximately 1971 to 1980. LeWitt…

GUSTON, Philip
Poor Richard

Inspired by the life & career of Richard Nixon, this book reproduces 73 satirical drawings created by Philip Guston in the summer of 1971, two years before Watergate. Guston was then holed up in Woodstock, New York, still…

MAYER, Bernadette
Memory

In July 1971, Bernadette Mayer embarked on an experiment: For one month she exposed a roll of 35mm film and kept a daily journal. The result was a conceptual work that investigates the nature of memory, its surfaces, textures…

SIMON, Alexandre
Entre un néant et un autre. Ratcharge

Ratcharge (2004-2014) était un fanzine qui disséquait le quotidien avec le même acharnement que la musique. Au fil de ses trente-quatre numéros, il a montré ce que pouvait être la littérature punk : pas de nostalgie, une…

O’BRIEN, Glenn
Intelligence for Dummies: Essays and Other Collected Writings

A pretty, pretty rich collection of writings “about” art, politics, fashion, music, advertising, life, by Glenn O’Brien, some dating back to the 1980s, some previously unpublished—gathered by ZE Books (and before that,…

HARAWAY, Donna
Vivre avec le trouble

Vivre avec le trouble, c’est entrer dans un monde étrange — le nôtre — où le temps, sorti de ses gonds, se retrouve ballotté dans un tourbillon de rencontres multispécifiques, d’appropriations violentes, de créations collectives…

FEDERICI, Silvia
Par-delà les frontières du corps

Comment reprendre corps ? Comment nous rapporter au corps, cet objet éminemment historique, domestiqué, violenté, pathologisé ? Silvia Federici répond : écoutons le langage du corps, sa fragilité et ses imperfections,…

KEENAN, David; HOLLINGTON, Sophy
Autonomic Tarot
Autonomic Tarot is the product of a collaboration between writer, David Keenan and artist, Sophy Hollington. The pair have combined forces to create a 30 card linocut tarot deck, and instruction…
BUCCIERO, Joe; KUMPF, Lawrence (eds.)
Blank Forms #5: Aspirations of Madness

“Aspirations of Madness”: this issue of Blank Forms takes its title from a series of interviews with Japanese free jazz pioneer Masayuki Takayangi that were published in Japanese in 1975–76 and are published here…

KEEFER, Angie
Second Thoughts

“I half hold that my life is a fine ride as long as I don’t attempt to navigate. The least critical way to describe this outlook is “bemused fatalism,” and as coping mechanisms go, there’s much to be said for keeping that…

VILLEFORT, Wisrah
Mercado livre

Wisrah Villefort’s overarching research focuses on the nonhuman, digital matter, synthetic polymers, prosthetics and their markets.

The ongoing hypermedia…

REINES, Ariana
A Sand Book

Exceeding all predictions
As I write you

At last! Just in time for the sand of this summer, we got copies of A Sand Book, Ariana Reines’ latest book of poems (+ a few pictures). The title…