How It Is

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Image: Sophie Carapetian, How It Is, 2019

“Muslims are only ever the object in an endless national conversation around Islam, rarely invited to define their own narratives. Homegrown probed, pushed back, and hoped to move representations of Muslims beyond simple caricatures and crude Orientalist fantasies. For trying to do that we feel we were censored.” 

– Nadia Latif and Omar El-Khairy (artistic team Homegrown)

Book Launch Luciana Parisi: 'Contagious Architecture. Computation, Aesthetics and Space' 

MIT Press, 2013

@ The Showroom

63 Penfold St London,

Greater London NW8 8PQ

1st November, 2013

6.30 pm drinks, 7-8.30pm panel


From Eternity to Here

Responding to the publication of a new edition of communard Blanqui's elliptical cosmic work, Eternity by the Stars, Sean Bonney notes the conjunction of defeat, imprisonment, hell's eternity and its undoing



Ex Nihilo

Quentin Meillassoux's new book revisits a rather well-worn modernist artefact, Stéphane Mallarmé's epic poem A Throw of Dice Will Never Abolish Chance. Whilst the continental philosopher proposes to unveil the poem's secret code for the first time, Michael Reid discovers the real surprise at the heart of the book to be much more incongruous and bizarre


PPS - private beta: online .docx and Google docs conversion to eBook

Progressive Publishing System - private beta

‘Save as’ eBook?

Another wor(l)d is possible! - the imperative for publishing experiments

Mobility Shifts - conference presentation, October 2011, NY.


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