Incertain Sens editions publish artists' books with the aim of supporting the presence of the artist's book, as a real alternative medium, in the publishing and artistic culture, and to stimulate the research in aesthetics, literature and history of artists' books.
This artist's book presents a collection of parking tickets from a private hospital in which the artist was admitted. The tickets are colored with the help of a color chart created from photographs of morning skies and of flowers his sister brought him.
Nearly 20 years after the publication of his first inventory, Éric Watier has collected 100 new examples of artworks deliberately destroyed by their creators. This new edition combines 200 destruction cases in one volume.
This leporello is the result of a collective photographic stream of consciousness based on a project lead by the Bureau d'investigation photographique: In random order, each member of the group opts for an image to which the following member answers by association and according to his own subjectivity.
A series of four geometrical and minimalist patterns drawn in red, blue, and black, inspired by a cognitive ability test, a quote from Guy Debord and the publications of Fluxus artist Emmett Williams. This artist's book is printed on light paper sheets so the patterns can be traced and used as a decoration for elbow pads and knee pads.
10th anniversary box set gathering the complete collection of Sans niveau ni mètre (43 issues), the newspaper dedicated to the exhibitions showcased at Le Cabinet du livre d'artiste, a French-based space dedicated to artist's books since 2007.
An historical account of Ben Kinmont's bookstore, from the structure's origin, the events and publications it has generated. Kinmont also demonstrates how this activity has contributed to his independence as an artist vis-à-vis the commercial art circuit.
Maurizio Nannucci documents, in the form of an artist's book, a collective action with his family and friends around the world, from Athens to Sydney through Beijing, that literally puts the art in question to better assert its omnipresence while providing a wide range of social interaction.