This artist's book by the American artist, musician (Destroy All
Monsters), writer and bookseller intertwines Polaroids of 1970s
Detroit with photographs of painterly collages made of TV stills and print
ephemera combining Christian iconography, Classical Hollywood cinema, pop
and b-movie culture.
Oracular Transmissions weaves together three of the most recent collaborative projects Etel Adnan and Lynn Marie Kirby have completed through processes of exchange and translation: Back, Back Again to Paris (2013), The Alhambra (2016), and Transmissions (2017).
Le Dictateur Press - Artists' books & editions / catalogues
Gathering found visual material, this publication retraces the story
of an artistic failure: that of a joint project by Federico Pepe and his
father Antonio, a cabinet of curiosities featuring latex sculptures of
fetuses looking like Mickey Mouse.
Another pictureless, pocket-size book by Beni Bischof in his series. It is Bischof's personal presentation of his rich collection of catchy headlines and slogans, absurd comments and off-the-wall remarks. His text archives are a trove of inspiration for his pictures and titles.
This artist's book is a written rendering of monologues included in The
Zone, a performance based on a series of narratives staged within
the exhibition space of the Iberê Camargo Foundation in Porto Alegre in
The first of a two-volume publication dedicated to the artist's novel,
this theoretical essay aims to elucidate the pressing questions posed by
the emergence of this new artistic medium with a number of key case
studies and interviews.
This catalogue presents the artist's Sail Paintings
series—32 hybrid compositions reminiscent of a boat's sail. This
monumental publication (30 x 40 cm) is designed as a graphic extension to
Une généalogie des grandes oreilles is the result of an iconographic research conducted by artist Lauren Tortil over the past three years on what she calls “Big Ears”: these military surveillance devices that call upon mediated listening – an increased listening through a mediator, such as a tool, an instrument, an architecture, a system, etc.—and that the modern man has relentlessly improved with the purpose of anticipating potential dangers.
A reverse encoder that keeps only frequencies usually removed by the mp3 encoders, giving the “inaudible” frequencies to listen (software edition on SD card and silkscreen booklet, including a text by Jonathan Sterne).