2019/05 Claudia Pagès – Take Root Nena, Take Root
Claudia Pagès lives and works in Barcelona. Pagès works with text, publishing it through printed matter, installations and sonic readings. She normally works in specific contexts, but her focus of research and interests has been on language, talkable text and forms of contemporary distribution and circulation where labor and biopolitics are interlaced, working on living labour and its performative aspects and dead labour in relation to circulation.
2019/04 Sondria – RANU
Sondria is an author, filmmaker, mother, and member of the afrofuturistic art collective #SNATCHPOWER based in Southern California. Her latest collection of fiction “Unthinkable Acts” is available on Amazon, and her new collection “The Carverians” is set to release Spring 2019. She is also a freelance social media content provider and has maintained online personas for the band Earth Wind and Fire, and the Pan African Film Festival. Her musings can also be found in the current issues of Reflekt Magazine, Dryland Literary Magazine, and Cultured Magazine.
2019/03 Adrianna Whittingham – Applist
Adrianna Whittingham is a London based performance artist and writer. Through absurdist and often disgustingly personal and sensory narratives, she explores her fixation upon and meaningful interactions with green Granny Smith apples. Her writing is carried out using a typewriter, and makes reference to her cultural heritage, as well as having political undertones.
2019/02 Hatty Nestor – I Hadn't Met Chelsea in Person
Hatty Nestor was Jerwood Arts Space 2017 writer in residence. She has published in The White Review, Frieze, Art in America, and many other publications.
2019/01 sabrina soyer & Lisa Robertson – Per joi que d’amor m’avegna
sabrina soyer is a writer and artist curently living in Paris. Her work involves many collaborations inside queer communities of artists and writers in the city. She is part of The Cheapest University.
Lisa Robertson is a Canadian poet and essayist living in the Nouvelle Aquitaine region of France. Recent publications: Proverbs of a She-Dandy (Belkin Gallery, Vancouver) and 3 Summers (Coach House, Toronto)
2018/12 Kerry Campbell – Curatorial Practice and Social Class: Challenging a Culture of Exclusion
Kerry Campbell is a freelance curator and producer. She currently works as the Public Programmes Curator for Bloc Projects gallery (Sheffield) and is the founder and curator of TMT Projects - a contemporary arts platform based in Luton Town.
2018/11 Chanel Vegas – London Seriously, Kill Me More
Chanel Vegas is an artist who works in London.
2018/10 Douglas Kearney – Over Deluxe AF
Douglas Kearney has published six books, most recently, Buck Studies (Fence Books, 2016), winner of the Theodore Roethke Memorial Poetry Prize, the CLMP Firecracker Award for Poetry and silver medalist for the California Book Award (Poetry). His work has been exhibited at the American Jazz Museum, Temple Contemporary, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, and The Visitor’s Welcome Center (Los Angeles). He studied at Howard University, Cave Canem, and California Institute of the Arts. Raised in Altadena, CA, he lives with his family just west of Minneapolis and teaches Creative Writing at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities. douglaskearney.com
2018/09 Gjergji Shkurti – One White Contact Lens
Gjergji Shkurti is a New York based author. His writing explores architecture as fiction and incorporates a filmic imagination. The writing stems from a yearning to push history forward.
2018/08 Caspar Heinemann – Nothing Else But
Caspar Heinemann is a writer, artist and poet. Their interests include critical occultism, gay biosemiotics and countercultural mythologies. Some of the time they teach and read things at institutions, a lot of the time they cook potatoes in different shapes and listen to Alan Watts lectures. They were born in London, UK, roughly 2.5 months after the release of Green Day’s seminal album Dookie.
2018/07 Cara Levine – This Is Not A Gun
Compiled by Cara Levine - with: Khadija Tarver, Christine Wong Yap, Eliza Myrie, Greg Boyle, Rodney Lucas, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, Ashley Stull Meyers, Sidony O'neal, Kambui Olujimi Jadelynn Stahl, Amanda Eicher, Jessica Angima, Faye Gleisser, Quenton Baker, Sam Aranke, Jade Thacker, Ekaette Ekong, Christopher Johnson, Marvin K White, Kemi Adeyemi, Constance Hockaday, Kate Johnson, Bayete Ross-Smith, Leila Weefur, Kirat Randhawa, Angela Hennessy, Elizabeth Dorbad, Prophet Walker, Shamell Bell, Emilia Shaffer-Del Valle and Ann Lewis. Cara Levine lives in Los Angeles, CA. Levine is an artist exploring the intersections of the physical, metaphysical, traumatic and illusionary through sculpture, video and socially engaged practice. She is currently a lecturer in sculpture at Otis College and an instructor at ECF, Exceptional Children’s Foundation in Inglewood CA, working with adults with developmental disabilities. She has worked in the disability arts community since 2011 with various progressive art studios on the West Coast, including as an instructor at Creative Growth from 2013-2015. She received her MFA in sculpture from California College of the Arts (CCA) in 2012. Levine has taught sculpture at California College of the Arts, University of California at Berkeley and Lewis and Clark College in Portland OR. She has shown work in various places including the Wattis Center for Contemporary Art in San Francisco, YoungArts Miami Art Basel and The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv. She has been a recent artist in residence at The Arctic Circle Residency, Santa Fe Art Institute for Equal Justice, Sim Residency in Iceland and Anderson Ranch in Colorado CO.
2018/06 Punch Viratmalee – Fatima, A Foot Play, Fatima
Punch Viratmalee (b.1993, Thailand) currently lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand. She also writes.
2018/05 vei darling – GODDESS I
2018/04 James Lawrence Slattery – Love 2 Hate You: Jouissance Between Identity and Capital
2018/03 The White Pube – B2B OBJ// SUBJ// ECTIVITY
2018/02 Porpentine Charity Heartscape – The Maximum Softness Capable of being exerted by all Machinery
2018/01 Daisy Parris – Now That I'm A Person
2017/12 Harmony Grunge –
2017/11 Georgia Anderson – Oral History
2017/10 Penny Goring – Notes For Damaged Gods
2017/09 Sarah Gail – Love Letters I Never Sent
2017/08 Adam Gallahger – 2) Extrajudicial Killing 5) What did I do to deserve this?
2017/07 Aaron Lehman and Thomas Laprade – Vats of the Storied Sun
2017/06 Hans-Christian Dany – When The Present Moment Gets Lost In The Desert
2017/05 Ruth Angel Edwards – Insurrection Sunrise / A New Light on the Emergency
2017/04 Tiziana La Melia – Mouth Wash
2017/03 Liv Fontaine – Selected Performance Texts And Thoughts On Sluttery And Fuckery
2017/02 James Loop – In The Apartment Of Divine Love
2017/01 Rosanna McNamara – Productive Mimesis and Parler-Femme: A Theory Towards Becoming A Siren
2016/12 Audrey B – Contradictions
2016/11 Harman Bains – The Bathroom Cabinet
2016/10 Benjamin Edwin Slinger – A Nationalist's Semiotics
2016/09 Laura Morrison – The Burning Of The Coops
2016/08 Stacy Skolnik – Contact Call
2016/07 Artun Alaska Arasli – Apocalypse Later
2016/06 Alex Margo Arden – She Didn't Follow The Stage Directions
2016/05 Daniella Valz Gen – Naked Tangle Self
2016/04 Samuel Kenswil – If I Come Can I Bring My Kid Too?
2016/03 Skye Arundhati Thomas – Amrita Sher-Gil: The Portraits
2016/02 Erin Eck – Reflecting Pool / Your Eyes Are So Grand And Golden
2016/01 Rebecca Jagoe – Judith / Holofernes
2015/08 Emily Pope – Pri Madonna Post Madonna Embodiment
2015/07 Hatty Nestor and Hannah Regel – Corposants
2015/06 Maria Toumazou – Conversions
2015/05 A.M.Bang & Linetype – Lovely Little Hostages
2015/04 Niclas Riepshoff – Hinoki
2015/03 Chloe Stead – Summer
2015/02 Ivna Zic – Die Menschen Passen Nicht In Die Landschaft
2015/01 Simon Speiser – Inside The Lacuna
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