LIMBO-01. Helene Schirch, Jb Burguet.

Posted in zines on June 26th, 2022
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„I once heard a song and the lyrics to me sounded like: « use your other eyelid ».
(…) D enters the waiting room. Name some of your angels here : Write them down or say them out loud or think them to yourself.
If it’s not ok, then it’s not the end, thoughts getting cut cut and cut”

25 exemplars, numbered

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PANORAMAS. Lee Hyewon

Posted in art, Artist's book, photography, Self published, zines on May 29th, 2022
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“Panoramas: everything is connected. All PANORAMAS photos were taken with iPhone 6s and 7. When I first used iPhone in 2017 I accidentally took a picture with the panorama function. Thereafter I’ve been recording panoramas of every scenery I want to remember. This book is my iPhone panorama records for the past five years. While working on this project I realized that everything was connected. Scenes and time that flow into small memories eventually connect with each others and are part of my persona.”
–Lee Hyewon

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Pingo Hors d’oeuvre – 5th Edition. Luca F. Hillen (Ed.). Kinder Buenos 

Posted in books, zines on May 27th, 2022
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Pingo is published by Kinder Buenos in cooperation with tom is jerry books.

Pingo Hors d’oeuvre posting works of ÁRON KÓS LADÁNYI, William Eggleston, JEFF WALL, Carl Barks, ROBIN THOMAS, Getúlio Abelha, annabel laura huisman, Moebius, MICHELANGELO, Rosso Fiorentino, Charles Mengin, George Chambers Senior, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, DEVIN BLAIR, Luca Hillen, Rens Spanjaard, KATHLEEN VANESSA DANIEL, Floris Claesz van Dyck, Rudolf Koivu, Klana Callaghan, SOPHIE PETERS, Serena Ferrario, Alexandre Cabanel Phédre, RhoAnna Endicott, Ben Wittick, Yasumori Koide, Steven Shore, Rogier Houwen, John William Waterhouse, VILHELM HANSEN, Andrea Hillen, György Ladányi.

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Die Nacht Der Lebenden Toten. Hendrik Hegray

Posted in zines on April 22nd, 2022
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Die Nacht Der Lebenden Toten
Hendrik Hegray
02.2019

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XTENSION PHOTOZINE #2. Dr. Boerek and Mr. Holiday. Self – published.

Posted in photography, zines on February 11th, 2022
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Mixed photos/ photo-collages from around the globe.

Bonus: QR- code for exclusive music-track to download 
Limited on 50 pieces/ numbered 
Comes with stickers

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Locomotion. Ipek Burçak (Ed.). Well Gedacht Publishing

Posted in magazines, travel, writing, zines on November 19th, 2021
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Locomotion is a one-off travel zine with contributions from art-related actors, engaging with modes and troubles of travel. Featuring contributions by Samar al Summary, Fully Funded Residencies, Burak Taşdizen, Azar Pajuhandeh, Ipek Burçak, Ada Karayel and Eren Ileri. It is a wandering around (im)mobilities of non-humans, artist residencies as a way of survival, road and driving memories, heatwaves and meltings, and commercial space travel.

Locomotion is designed by Ada Karayel, and co-faciliated by Eren Ileri. Illustrations are made by Goodnewsforbadguys.

The magazine comes with a sticker set; a fly and the Locomotion logo.

From Editor’s and Publisher’s Note:

“…When things started to resemble sci-fi dystopia, the absurdity of writing applications for artist residencies at that time has triggered us to have a look at the issue of traveling more deeply and we found ourselves digging up different holes that leave threads for you to connect…”

“…Before we came to the idea of making a magazine, we were speculating on various issues entangled with travel: the materiality of roads, and their related social meanings, debates that can be categorized as anti-travel or travel skepticism and slowing down, inactivity or motionlessness, and also the luxury of not-to-travel by choice…”

“…Since this publication took its start with the pandemic, attentiveness towards some of the matter that are partly in our bodies, and to others that are not, brought us to the word locomotion, which means not just the motion of the human and the living but also of the non-living and the non-human, of which you will find pieces scattered all over the magazine.”

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Sgomento #9 launch | Magdalena Mitterhofer performance | 22 Sept. 2021 | @ Motto Berlin

Posted in events, Motto Berlin event, Motto Berlin store, zines on September 20th, 2021
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Sgomento #9 launch | Magdalena Mitterhofer performance | 22 Sept. 2021 | @ Motto Berlin

Dear friends,

We are excited to invite you to the launch of the latest issue of SgomentoIn The Bosom of…, in collaboration with Marco Rigoni.

On September 22nd at 6pm we welcome you to experience a scenic reading and dedicated performance by Magdalena Mitterhofer with Arnold Trautwein, Merch – bozze per un bottegaio.

The freshly printed issue #9 of the comic will be available at Motto from the night of the event, together with some past issues.

Our dear friend and colleague Barbara will serve a special cuntktail, especially brewed for the occasion!

Kushtetuta? #3. Petrit Halilaj & Alvaro Urbano (Eds.)

Posted in art, Artist Book, history, politics, zines on August 27th, 2021
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Kushtetuta? #3, 2021

Printed zine, edited by Petrit Halilaj and Alvaro Urbano.

Kushtetuta, an independent fanzine started in 2012 whose title means “constitution” in English. In Albanian, if you divide the word into KUSH TE TUT A?, it means “who scares you?”.

This is a special issue coinciding with Kosovos Parliament‘s drafting of the Civil Code.

This time we would like to celebrate queer lives under the theme of codes. Such as language code, gestural code, gender codes, secret codes..

Edition 1/500

Contributions:

Daniela Aparicio Ugalde & Jo Landt @gorditx_petrolerx
Atdhe Behluli @atdhe_5000
Cooking Sections @cookingsections
Forrest Bess
dyqlberizm
Sokol Ferizi @havok_celeste
Hal Fischer
Nezim Frakulla
Plator gashi & Hashim Shala
GENERAL IDEA @aa_bronson
Robert Gober
Felix Gonzalez-Torres @felixgonzaleztorres.foundation
Enver Hadzijaj @neverenver
Petrit Halilaj
David Horvitz @davidhorvitz
Jetmir Idrizi @jetmiridrizi_jetko
jehonË Jahaj @nanajoteneberlin
Egzon Krasniqi
Maria Loboda @marialoboda000
şugarİye madİsİ @ovulundesi
AD MINOLITI
Ndre Mjeda
Henrik Olesen
Jill Peters
Leart Rama @leart_rama
Morgan le Ferec & Marouchka Payen
Arbër Selmani
Diamond Stingily
Christine Sun Kim @chrisunkim
Gábor Tóth @rehfeldt_mailartarchive
Alvaro Urbano @alvaro_urbano
Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt @rehfeldt_mailartarchive

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3 days in Belgrade. Cloé Barbier. Self published

Posted in Artist Book, graphic design, zines on August 20th, 2021
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3 days in Belgrade

Papers from a three days trip in Belgrade in June 2021.

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Zampa di Leone: Deep Europe. Zampa di Leone, Boris Buden. Motto Books

Posted in art, Artist Book, books, illustration, Motto Books, politics, zines on July 9th, 2021
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For the first time, this publication unites the English language work of Zampa di Leone with two sequences of comic strips and caricatures titled “Deep Europe” and “In the Arse of the Balkans”. Zampa di Leone wanted to offer a radical critique of the colonial tendencies embedded within the discourse of “Balkan” and “Eastern European” contemporary art as it had been articulated during the 1990s and 2000s in global cultural centres, first and foremost in Germany and Austria. The anonymous collective was mostly active in Serbia and Europe between 2001 and 2011, and produced a significant number of comic strips that were circulated at events and through internet forums or mailing lists.

This publication has been printed on the occasion of THE DREAMERS, 58th October Salon, Belgrade Biennale 2021, within the frame of the Reading Room bookshop. The comic strips are accompanied by Boris Buden’s text “The Madman Is Sleeping with the Lunatic”, which was first published in 2003 — a reminder of the historical context and the Balkanist discourse that served as a backdrop to Zampa di Leone’s activities.

Edition: 300

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