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Coll., Timulte #10 – Mutualisations, Revue Timult, 2018

Panorama à la jumelle :
Guichet/cuisine
Comment faire comment
Esprit mutualiste, histoire d’un sabotage
1968, un service municipal en lutte
Appuyez sur la touche étoile

Lac et petite cuillère :
Vivre sans rien
Tectonique de salon
Une histoire de lutte à la sécu
Sentir l'impuissance
Plutôt fillE de pute que fillE de Keuf

Embarcations et coquillettes :
Un camion benne de stratégies
Tant qu’il y aura des mortEs
Morts de rue, rendre visible
Peuple amibe
Inconcevable à leurs yeux
La joie, cette imposture ?

Cerf-volants :
S’outiller
Piqueteras, chômeuses en lutte
Les jambes délassées
La logeuse, fabrique ton service publique (toi-même !)
Zad, ce qui nous oblige à faire ensemble
 

TIMULT
Une revue pour parler de luttes sociales et d'aspirations à changer le monde.
Une revue pour explorer les façons de faire de la théorie politique, en imbriquant les récits de vie, les émotions et les analyses, en expérimentant des manières d'écrire, d'inviter à l'écriture (ateliers et écritures collectives...). Une revue pour être plus fort·es et plus habiles faces aux oppressions, et aussi pour nous faire plaisir !

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Coll., Another Gaze #01, Another Gaze Journal, 2018

The first issue contains interviews with women including Carolee Schneemann, Mania Akbari, Laura Mulvey, Alice Diop, Bette Gordon, and Lis Rhodes. It contains pieces on the films of women including Kathleen Collins, Sally Potter, Chantal Akerman, Moyra Davey, Camille Henrot, Naomi Kawase, Germaine Dulac, Alice Guy-Blaché. The first issue is divided into five sections:

FIRST LIGHT contains interviews and writing on some of the founding mothers of feminist theory and film today; EARLY VIEWING is made up of personal essays about the young female viewing experience, from experiencing anxiety at watching Susan Sontag on-screen, to a Black viewer's experience of seeing 'Africa' portrayed through 'Mean Girls' and the 'Wild Thornberries', to a queer viewer having to 'queer the absence' in order to make her space in film; WOMEN LOOKING AT WOMEN explores how women filmmakers have seen their women subjects, from Naomi Kawase to Sally Potter; SOUNDS AND VISIONS encompasses writing on alternative, 'othered' subjects or subject matter, from the trans body on-screen to how to best depict rape; LOOKING AROUND is a series of reviews of films, TV, conferences and exhibitions of the past year, by women and men.

Another Gaze was founded early in 2016 in response to the difficulty in obtaining rigorous writing – whether online or in print - about women and film: its sources being disparate, or access requiring membership of an academic institution or the will and resources to get through a ‘paywall’. Feminist criticism is not, and should not be considered elite or specialist; nor should it require the reader to have a university degree or be a self-proclaimed 'cinephile'. Particularly since the advent of the internet, young women, queer people and people of colour, have had the opportunity to discover films which reflect and affirm their lives and aspirations in a manner which is harder to find in the prescribed male canon, and to create their own.

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Vestoj #05: On Slowness, Vestoj Journal, 2015

(...) The speed of change is a growing complaint about fashion, both amongst those whose livelihoods depend on it, and amongst those who observe these ceaseless shifts from afar. Grumbles about a ubiqui­tous acceleration are nothing new however; in fact, the grievance we appear to harbour against velocity is as old as modernity itself. Back then the machines that increasingly replaced the human hand aroused fear and trepidation; today our attitudes reflect much the same ambivalence towards the revolutions of time. It seems we always regard our own time as simultaneously the most progressive and the most relentlessly accelerated. The modernist project, however, firmly rooted the relationship between progress and speed, and in so doing also forever altered our notion of time. A universal temporal framework, with time zones, seasonal changes and accurate clocks, was constructed with the help of new technology, and the previous more subjective understanding of time had to make way for expedience and the hustle of modern life. With a more synchronised understanding of time, the future also became easier to grasp and, by extension, to control. For a future that can be measured in terms of the knowable present, is a malle­able future, a future that can be shaped according to our will. (...)

With texts by: Dr Michelle Bastian, Laura Gardner, Dr Susan S. Bean, Dr Donald B. Kraybill, Nathalie Khan, Karinna Nobbs, Professor Barbara Vinken, Karlijn Slegers, Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, Nilgin Yusuf, Professor Frances Corner, Dr John Barker, Anja Aronowsky Cronberg and Maria Fusco.

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V. Vale, Andrea Juno, RE/Search #6/7:Industrial Culture Handbook, RE/Search, 1983

RE/Search No. 6/7: Industrial Culture Handbook from RE/Search Publications, 1983 is a book about industrial music and performance art edited by V. Vale and Andrea Juno. It features interviews and articles with Throbbing Gristle, Mark Pauline, Cabaret Voltaire, NON, Monte Cazazza, Sordide Sentimental, SPK, Z'EV, Johanna Went and R&N. 

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V. Vale, Andrea Juno, Modern Primitives, RE/Search, 1989

The book consists of a collection of twenty two interviews and two essays with individuals and key figures involved the field of body modification in the late 1980s. It was one of the first documents to attempt to comprehensively cover the re-emergence and increasing popularity of tattooing, piercing, scarification, corsetry, sideshow, ritual and other practices in contemporary Western Society.

Fiction, Periodical Edition of 200 Soft cover, perfect binding Texts in English   New       EUR 15 ORDER

Erika Landström, Aislinn McNamara, Dysfyction II, Mark von Schlegell, Pure Fiction seminar, 2015

LAZY WRITING, NOT LONGER THAN DAN’S, REAL FICTION, SELF-CRYT (BACK SEAT), EXCERPTS, UNRELATABLE NARRATOR
 
With contributions by Josef Strau, Olga Pedan, Ellen Yeon Kim, Simon Spieser, Aislinn McNamara, Hilda Stammarnäs, Erika Landström, Dan Graham, Mariana Lopez, Anna Zacharoff, Reece York, Dan Kwon, Dario Wokurka, Magnus Andersen, Rosa Aiello, Elif Saydam, Lena Phillip, John Miller, Buck Ellison, Luzie Meyer, Suart Middleton, Ryan Karlsson, Franziska Wildt, Mahsa Saloor, J.s. Teixeira, Thy-Han Nguyen-Chi, George Rippon, Ian Edmonds, Mikhail Wassmer, John Ryan, Julien Nguyen, Yuki Kushino, Kitsum Cheng and Leda Bourgogne.
 

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