Monthly Archives: January 2012

Hidden Agendas

In the internet age where information dissemination seems all-effective, if not all-pervasive, “the sheer magnitude of the potential electronic archive … renders illusory the idea that ‘accessibility’ via the web equates to reception; indeed a great deal about how the

Hidden Agendas

In the internet age where information dissemination seems all-effective, if not all-pervasive, “the sheer magnitude of the potential electronic archive … renders illusory the idea that ‘accessibility’ via the web equates to reception; indeed a great deal about how the

Liberature

The artist’s book emerged in the early decades of the twentieth century in consequence of avant-garde experimentation with the visual qualities of writing, typography and layout, different ways of combining text and image, as well as the form of the

Liberature

The artist’s book emerged in the early decades of the twentieth century in consequence of avant-garde experimentation with the visual qualities of writing, typography and layout, different ways of combining text and image, as well as the form of the

Meltdown

Following the release of his collected works, FANGED NOUMENA, for the first time in over 15 years the audio performance of Nick Land’s seminal paper Meltdown is available to listen to on the web. During the 1990s Land’s unique philosophical

Meltdown

Following the release of his collected works, FANGED NOUMENA, for the first time in over 15 years the audio performance of Nick Land’s seminal paper Meltdown is available to listen to on the web. During the 1990s Land’s unique philosophical

Four Letters

“Reality must become polemical before we (the enemy) are jolted from our complacency” — Danny Hayward. Newly published at Abandonned Buildings, Sean Bonney’s Four Letters (2011), with speculative remarks on the letters from Jennifer Cooke, Pocahontis Mildew, Danny Hayward and

Four Letters

“Reality must become polemical before we (the enemy) are jolted from our complacency” — Danny Hayward. Newly published at Abandonned Buildings, Sean Bonney’s Four Letters (2011), with speculative remarks on the letters from Jennifer Cooke, Pocahontis Mildew, Danny Hayward and

Writing & the Small Press

“The small presses in the UK have a complex and fascinating history as they interact with writerly practice. Developments over the last twenty to thirty years such as the the rise of desktop publishing, the collapse of the net book

Writing & the Small Press

“The small presses in the UK have a complex and fascinating history as they interact with writerly practice. Developments over the last twenty to thirty years such as the the rise of desktop publishing, the collapse of the net book

Poetry & Revolution

The current crisis makes it possible to think what couldn’t be thought before. With its echoes of previous crises of modern society, it places on the agenda a reappraisal of revolutionary art from the point of view of the necessities

Poetry & Revolution

The current crisis makes it possible to think what couldn’t be thought before. With its echoes of previous crises of modern society, it places on the agenda a reappraisal of revolutionary art from the point of view of the necessities

Ivan Martin Jirous

Pictured, Ivan Martin Jirous launching the album GUERILLA (Epitaph Records) for the band Špinavý nádobí at POTULNÝ DĚLNÍK 2006 FESTIVAL POESIE. A legend of the post-war dissident movement in communist Czechoslovakia, Jirous (better known as “Magor”) was a poet and

Ivan Martin Jirous

Pictured, Ivan Martin Jirous launching the album GUERILLA (Epitaph Records) for the band Špinavý nádobí at POTULNÝ DĚLNÍK 2006 FESTIVAL POESIE. A legend of the post-war dissident movement in communist Czechoslovakia, Jirous (better known as “Magor”) was a poet and