Mount Analogue is a publishing space, curatorial and editorial agency and analogue studio. Mount Analogue's publishing is an artistic exploration of print media. Their publication of artist's editions are characterised by a close, long term collaboration with each artist, in which the print media is the premise and the focus. Mount Analogue was initiated in 2010 by Diana Kaur and Tris Vonna-Michell and is based in Stockholm.
This monograph documents a research on an abandonned site of the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI). For his investigation,
artist Henrik Andersson relied on various public archives as well as on
the FOI's astonishing art collection.
A collection of musical compositions derived from film interviews with conceptual
artists, including Martha Rosler,
Art & Language, Andrea
Fraser, Ed Ruscha, Shilpa Gupta, Sol
LeWitt, Lawrence Weiner and Yvonne
Monograph celebrating the practice of Swedish multidisciplinary artist Johanna Gustafsson Fürst. The publication is a true collaboration between the artist, her publishers, and graphic designer Jonas Williamsson. It includes a series of essays by artists, critics, and curators.
Tris Vonna-Michell's latest artist's record/book is constructed around two works, Capitol Complex (2012-2014) and Ulterior Vistas (2012-2013), both of which are encapsulated on a ten-inch vinyl record. The spoken-word compositions are enclosed within a gatefold design and accompanied by the Capitol Complex manuscript as a booklet insert and a bound series of Ulterior Vistas photographic montages.