Northeastern Asia and the Northern Rockies: Treasures from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Daryl S. Paulson Collection

FORTHCOMING Winter 2023

The philosophical ties between Northeastern Asia and the Northern Rockies as represented in a selection of fine art—including Daoist nature deities and immortals, Confucian scholar brushes and inkstones, and Buddhist guardian kings and compassionate bodhisattvas—have never been explicated. This catalog lays the groundwork for a serious discussion of trans-Pacific acculturation, first by explaining the fundamentals[…]

Recovering the Radical Promise of Superheroes: Un/Making Worlds

FORTHCOMING Fall 2022

Superhero meaning-making is a site of struggle. Superheroes (are thought to) trouble borders and normative ways of seeing and being in the world. Superhero narratives (are thought to) represent, and thereby inspire, alternative visions of the real world. The superhero genre is (thought to be) a repository for radical or progressive ideas. In the superhero[…]

all except you

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FORTHCOMING Winter 2023

“I cover Steinberg with adjectives, which are like vibrations—multiple, rapid—that this lively oeuvre arouses in me.” Roland Barthes’s consideration of the drawings of New York artist Saul Steinberg — originally an artist book posthumously published in France in 1983 — is historically important as one of the last remaining books in Barthes’s oeuvre to be[…]

From Kanye to Ye: The Legacy of Unconditional Love

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FORTHCOMING Winter 2023

From Kanye to Ye: The Legacy of Unconditional Love, with a foreword by Tommy J. Curry, can be described as a theoretical biography of Ye. In particular, the book focuses on the period from 2016 to 2021 (The Shaky-Ass Years) in an effort to think psychoanalytically about Ye’s complex subjectivity, his struggle with bipolar disorder,[…]

Ontohackers: Radical Movement Philosophy in the Age of Algorithms

FORTHCOMING Fall 2022

Ontohackers redefines what movement, worlds, and bodies are through the sense of proprioception reconceptualized as formless fluctuation field, a movement matrix that is itself also thought, and which underlies all life forms and fields including the inorganic. Our worlds are made of endless such entangled fields n-folding in never ending variation or enferance. The current[…]

Mineral Policies

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Published: 04/08/2022

Mineral Policies provides a record of an art residency organized by the ZETA Center for Contemporary Art in the mining region of Bulqiza in northeastern Albania, where four artists and activists from Albania, Blerta Hoçia, Diana Malaj, Pleurad Xhafa, and Ergin Zaloshnja, created a collective body of works in close proximity with the local miners,[…]

My Phone Lies to Me: Fake News Poetry Workshops As Radical Digital Media Literacy Given the Fact of Fake News

Published: 11/18/2022

This book of poems about fake news written by diverse project participants is foremost an invitation and invocation for readers to participate, with others, in an experiment in knowing and working differently with the internet: Fake News Poetry Workshops. Between 2018 and 2020, Alexandra Juhasz directed more than twenty of these workshops around the world,[…]

A Credible Utopia: Essays on Selected Films of Werner Schroeter

Published: 09/08/2022

A Credible Utopia: Essays on Selected Films of Werner Schroeter offers unique and personal insights into Schroeter’s cinematic universe. Many of the films discussed in this book are those upon which Schroeter’s worldwide reputation rests: Der Bomberpilot, an absurdist comedy; The Death of Maria Malibran, a film about ecstatic redemption in death; Willow Springs, about[…]