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Two Books on Things that Aren’t There

Originally written for Printed Matter. ◊◊   Location: Date: Time: Meriç Algün Ringborg Written and assembled by Meriç Algün Ringborg, this volume is both a two-part reflection and demonstration of disappearance in both personal and cultural terms. The first portion contains an essay that illustrates contemporary and historic assumptions of space […]

Walter Benjamin’s Berlin, in two volumes

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Originally written for Printed Matter. â—Šâ—Š The “Berlin Chronicle” Notices Perhaps no other book better reveals the raw development of Walter Benjamin’s thought than The “Berlin Chronicle” Notices. This volume is a transcription of the forty notices that Benjamin had densely handwritten on a small leather and parchment notebook; though edited […]

Phillip March Jones and Roadside Graves

Originally written for Printed Matter. ◊◊ Points of Departure: Roadside Memorial Polaroids is a collection of 139 color reproductions of Polaroid photographs by Phillip March Jones, taken of graves on various anonymous roadsides across the United States. The book offers the geography of the project as a means of navigation, beginning […]