Bat / <o> future <o>
<o> future <o> is conceived by François Aubart, Jérôme Dupeyrat
, Camille Pageard, and graphic designers Charles Mazé & Coline Sunier
. <o> future <o> continues and enhances the activities of the project △⋔☼ with online and printed publications. It is part of the activities of Bat editions.
A collection of texts defining utopia as a place existing only within the domain of language, Utopia gives a synthesis of historical utopias and a snapshot of the 1970-1980's poetic scene.
A novel written orally by the artist Benjamin Seror.
trilingual edition (English / Italian / French)
A corpus of contemporary Roman inscriptions, which testifies the importance of language—institutional as well as popular—in the collective space of the streets (artist's book).
A re-appropriation of Edward Said's Orientalism by Joe Scanlan.
trilingual edition (English / Japanese / French)
The reprint of two out-of-print artist's books self-published in the 80's by the Japanese artists collective The Play, with a previously unreleased documentation.
A publication based on the typescripts of Hannah Weiner's singular diary.