The first reissue of Wounds by David Toop and Paul Burwell, originally released in 1980 on Toop's Quartz! label, a representative album of a seminal moment within the British music scene evolved around the London Musicians Collective in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Tristan Tzara (1896-1963) is the poet through whom Dada arrived. In Zurich, he animated the Cabaret Voltaire with Hugo Ball; in Paris, he then inspired some surrealists in the making. If he was a great lover of Villon and Rabelais, his poetry is as iconoclastic as the music of Nurse With Wound, who composed for this edition of Minuits pour géants an unpublished piece lasting about ten minutes: On the Edge of the Outside.
This publication explores the pioneering role of 19th century photographer
Eadweard Muybridge in the development of moving-image
projection. The study also maps the exceptional influence of his
experiments on contemporary world's visual form.
Four texts about the sky by Margaret Cavendish (1623-1673), English aristocrat, writer, philosopher and scientist whose salon was home to Descartes, Hobbes and Gassendi, precursor of feminism and author of one of the first works of science fiction.
Presented as a work-in-progress, this text on American artist Rindon
Johnson's video practice offers a reflection on the widening creative
possibilities in the multimodal digital landscape, while discussing the
political and personal aspirations of a new generation of artists and
First monograph dedicated to British filmmaker and video
artist Stephen Sutcliffe. Including commissioned essays and an
interview with the artist, At Fifty examines over twenty years of
film collages practice,
delving into Sutcliffe's extensive use of television archives
and critical reflection on British cultural identity.
French edition of Laura Mulvey's writings which range from analyses of Xala, Citizen Kane and Blue Velvet, to an extended engagement with the creations of Native American artist Jimmie Durham and the feminist photographer Cindy Sherman.
The publication developed from the exhibition and research project The Place Is Here (2016–19), which traced the urgent and wide-ranging conversations taking place between black artists, writers, and thinkers in Britain during the 1980s.
Horizons presents a group of approximately seventeen large-scale works from the last thirty years by British abstract artist Ian Davenport, from the earlier pieces made with industrial materials of the '80s, till the more complex multicolored works of the last years.
As part of the 2016 edition of the Printemps de septembre, British artist David Shrigley designed a tailor-made project for the Institut supérieur des arts de Toulouse by providing all the elements needed to organise a music festival.