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<o> future <o> (10 titles)
 

Paris
<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.
 
English edition
This artist's book gathers a series of scripts for public speeches made by Mark Geffriaud since 2011. These toasts' scripts are composed of notes and indications, as well as images to be broadcast or reproduced during the performance.

French edition
This artist's book gathers a series of scripts for public speeches made by Mark Geffriaud since 2011. These toasts' scripts are composed of notes and indications, as well as images to be broadcast or reproduced during the performance.

French edition
This catalogue offers a unique insight into the life and work of the French artist, sculptor and ceramist Valentine Schlegel. It features a large iconography, archives, and texts by sculptor and Schlegel specialist Hélène Bertin.

French edition
A collection of essays on art and literature—most of them unpublished in French—by the American poet, performance artist, and critic.

French edition
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.

English edition
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).

French edition
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.

English edition
A publication based on the typescripts of Hannah Weiner's singular diary.