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2019
English edition
forthcoming
A score for 51 human voices intended to mimic the sound of the sea, displayed as loose sheets slipped in PVC sleeve. David Horvitz's hommage to Pauline Oliveros.

2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
forthcoming
Soil Affinities explores the connections of (post)colonial history and the movement of plants for agriculture, from Aubervilliers, a northern suburb of Paris, to formerly French West Africa (Mali and Senegal). This publication and Uriel Orlow's eponymous project retrace the lines and networks of earthly connections between plants and humans through images, maps, texts, and interviews conducted in France, Senegal, and Mali over the span of two years.

2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
forthcoming
Spectres – Composing Listening presents a series of texts by composers who discuss personal dimension in the practice of experimental sound art and music. This publication is the first issue of an annual journal freely inspired by the research notebooks edited by the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) in the late 1970s.

2018
no text
Polaroid works.

2018
French edition
The production of alternative and solidarity-based knowledge through the linguistic, sexual, biological and geographical margins.

2018
no text
This catalogue presents a series of vases produced by designer Matali Crasset during a residence at the national porcelain manufactory of Sèvres, in France. The publication gathers 3 notebooks, printed on 3 different papers, including Polaroids of vases photographed by Julien Carreyn, drawings by Crasset and miscellaneous documents.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
This publication by the French artiste focuses on his work with color. It gathers a series of 41 photographs, along with texts by Claire Moulène and Mick Peters.

2018
English edition
Conceived on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at Le Bal, Paris, this publication is a poetic, abstract, fragile attempt to translate something of our times: being in a state of suspension. It subverts the idea of a traditional catalogue to transcribe this intangible and indefinable state through a continuous stream of black-and-white images supported by excerpts from Jacques-Henri Michot's Un ABC de la barbarie.

2018
French edition
Conceived on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at Le Bal, Paris, this publication is a poetic, abstract, fragile attempt to translate something of our times: being in a state of suspension. It subverts the idea of a traditional catalogue to transcribe this intangible and indefinable state through a continuous stream of black-and-white images supported by excerpts from Jacques-Henri Michot's Un ABC de la barbarie.

2017
English edition
Ricocheting quietly between photographic landscapes, drawn abstractions and poetic recollections, this artist's book assumes the form of a deferred performance. Serving as a kind of response to the French artist and experimental musician's recent sonic and visual output, the book comprises a series of film stills shot during her travels to New Mexico and Arizona, overlaid with a collection of at once crude and delicate drawings made in Australia.

2017
English edition
Oompah, Tom-tom, Tootle-too & Toot narrates the story of four members of an orchestra who animatedly chat during a break backstage at the Henry Le Bœuf concert hall in Brussels. Through gossip, arguments, and existential crises, they shake the axioms and notions of community, authenticity and happiness. The dialogues by Lili Reynaud-Dewar are illustrated by Kristien Daem's photographs of Gaillard & Claude's sculptures.

2017
English edition
This publication documents a work by David Horvitz made on the occasion of a Bas Jan Ader-themed exhibition in Holland in 2012. Annoyed by the curators, Horvitz literally disappeared one month before the show, leaving all his belongings and quitting social media. He returned on the exhibition's closing day, and explained his piece to the curators.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Taking as their starting point Susan Sontag's book On Photography (1977), Marcelline Delbecq and Ellie Ga embarked on a long-term words-and-images dialogue addressing films, books and artworks that have marked their individual trajectories, together with historical events related (or not) to the year 1977.

2017
English edition
A queer travelogue of a boating voyage on Belgium's inland waterways with merman and singer Steev Lemercier in the company of Chanel and Dolce, who are a cat and a dog, during the first months of their friendship with the author. With photographs by César Segarra.

2017
English edition
Fanzine-like artist's book gathering historical anecdotes on modern print culture.

2017
English edition
This artist's book gathers an uncompromising collection of 200 found images and original work from Felicia Atkinson, composing a rasterized visual score.

2016
English edition
temporarily out of stock
This artist's book contains a collection of recent collages assembled from found book pages, in which the artist specifically seeks a relationship between the abstract and the figurative, and thereby creating new narratives.

2016
French edition
The artistic and pedagogical experimentations and the alternative networks developed in California from the late sixties.

2015
Mottled sausages, icy landscapes with worms that seem to have died trying to make it over hurdles, portals to impossible lands: welcome to the accidental world of ceramist and drawer Anne Brugni.

2015
texts in English and French
This new monograph gathers 42 images documenting 3 years of photographs taken between 2011 and 2014 during the Purim holiday in the neighbourhood of Stamford Hill, London.

2015
English edition
Twenty-one collage works by Swedish artist Malin Gabriella Nordin, between painting and sculpture (artist's book).

2014
English edition
Alberto García del Castillo's first novel is a comedy-science-fiction novelette about “faggotry” and the art world; depicting a retour-au-passé in contemporary painting and waving to some of the most beautiful homosexuals on Earth.

2014
no text
Nine possibilities for a cat tree (artist's book).

2014
English edition
First monograph.

2014
no text
New monograph / artist's book based on a series of paintings realized between 2012 and 2013.

2014
English edition
Monograph / artist's book dedicated to Davide Balula's "Burnt Paintings".

2013
English edition (texts in English and Finnish)
A double exhibition, a mirroring situation or a splitting divergent show between Helsinki and Brussels.

2013
bilingual edition (English / French)
First monograph.

2013
English edition
The first poetry book wrote by the visual and sound artist Felicia Atkinson.

2012
texts in English and French
Abstract paintings and erotic-mystical photo-collages by French artist/musician (first monograph).

2016
English edition
out of print
Animals questions through a poetic approach the modernist apprehension of time and locomotion, in the realm of today.