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Dead People by Stefany Anne Golberg, Morgan Meis

Dead People

Stefany Anne Golberg
Morgan Meis

Jun 2016

A book of unorthodox obituaries from David Foster Wallace to Osama bin Laden.

Babbling Corpse by Grafton Tanner

Babbling Corpse

Grafton Tanner

Jun 2016

In the age of global capitalism, vaporwave celebrates and undermines the electronic ghosts haunting the nostalgia industry.

Zen City by Eliot Fintushel

Zen City

Eliot Fintushel

Jun 2016

From the author of Breakfast with the Ones You Love comes Zen City. This thought-experiment novella brilliantly critiques spirituality in America

Towards a Conceptual Militancy by Mike Watson

Towards a Conceptual Militancy

Mike Watson

May 2016

Politicises art with a sense of immediacy.

Against Capital by Cliff Slaughter

Against Capital

Cliff Slaughter

Mar 2016

In today's globalised world, and after the collapse of Stalinism, what remains of Marx's 'the working class as the gravediggers of capitalism'?

Can Architecture Be an Emancipatory Project? by Nadir Z. Lahiji

Can Architecture Be an Emancipatory Project?

Nadir Z. Lahiji

Mar 2016

Can architectural discourse rethink itself in terms of a radical emancipatory project? And if so, what would be the contours of such a discourse?

In The Realm of the Senses: A Materialist Theory of Seeing and Feeling by Stuart Walton

In The Realm of the Senses: A Materialist Theory of Seeing and Feeling

Stuart Walton

Feb 2016

A thorough-going re-elaboration of modern experience via the senses.

It’s Not Over by Pete Dolack

It’s Not Over

Pete Dolack

Feb 2016

A comprehensive historical study to understand today's world and find a better world tomorrow.

Blowing the Lid by Stuart Feather

Blowing the Lid

Stuart Feather

Feb 2016

The queer fight for Gay Liberation; authentic identities and modern roles for lesbians and gays that enhanced British society.

Don't Lose Track Vol. 1: 40 Selected Articles, Essays and Q&As by Jordannah Elizabeth

Don't Lose Track Vol. 1: 40 Selected Articles, Essays and Q&As

Jordannah Elizabeth

Jan 2016

Don't lose track, she moves fast.

Daniel Defoe and the Bank of England by Martin Parker, Valerie Hamilton

Daniel Defoe and the Bank of England

Martin Parker
Valerie Hamilton

Jan 2016

Why is a novel like a corporation? How is Daniel Defoe connected to the Bank of England?

Lazarus in the Multiple by Camaren Peter

Lazarus in the Multiple

Camaren Peter

Jan 2016

Surviving the anthropocene; the era of complexity!

Dynamo Island by David Scott

Dynamo Island

David Scott

Jan 2016

At the crossroads of fiction and social theory, the book confronts fundamental issues facing Western civilization in the 21st century.

Enjoying It by Alfie Bown

Enjoying It

Alfie Bown

Dec 2015

This book is a study of enjoyment and of the enjoyment of studying. It asks what enjoyment says about us and what we say about enjoyment, and why.

Drone and Apocalypse by Joanna Demers

Drone and Apocalypse

Joanna Demers

Dec 2015

An imagined retrospective of apocalyptic art

Positive Realism by Maurizio Ferraris

Positive Realism

Maurizio Ferraris

Dec 2015

Things exist, and therefore undoubtedly resist us, but in doing so they offer affordances, resources, opportunities.

Against Capitalist Education by Nadim Bakhshov

Against Capitalist Education

Nadim Bakhshov

Dec 2015

The birth of a revolutionary art of world-creation.

This Space of Writing by Stephen Mitchelmore

This Space of Writing

Stephen Mitchelmore

Dec 2015

A renewed appreciation of the mystery and promise of writing.

Slave States by Yasin Kakande

Slave States

Yasin Kakande

Dec 2015

Enslavement, trafficking, sexual starvation. Abuse of workers in the Gulf Arab Region.

Who's Afraid of the Easter Rising? 1916-2016 by James Heartfield, Kevin Rooney

Who's Afraid of the Easter Rising? 1916-2016

James Heartfield
Kevin Rooney

Nov 2015

One hundred years on from the Rising that set Ireland free, Ireland's leaders in politics and letters are running scared from their history.

Boredom and Art by Julian Jason Haladyn

Boredom and Art

Julian Jason Haladyn

Oct 2015

Examines the manners in which modern artists use boredom as a form of aesthetic resistance that, at its most positive, is the will to boredom.

Austerity Ecology & the Collapse-porn Addicts by Leigh Phillips

Austerity Ecology & the Collapse-porn Addicts

Leigh Phillips

Oct 2015

Modernity is not the cause of our ecological woes. Only through a deepening of our modernity can we save the planet.

Ignoble Displacement by Stephanie Polsky

Ignoble Displacement

Stephanie Polsky

Sep 2015

A radical reinterpretation of Dickens's novels made consequential to an understanding of capitalism in the neoliberal age.

Vade Mecum by Richard Skinner

Vade Mecum

Richard Skinner

Sep 2015

A collection of highly-informed essays offering fresh perspectives on cutting-edge writers, musicians and filmmakers.

Superstructural Berlin by Alexander Goller, Nicolas  Hausdorf

Superstructural Berlin

Alexander Goller
Nicolas Hausdorf

Sep 2015

Fear and Loathing in the Las Vegas of intellectuals and psychagogic city mapping.

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