Here's another gem from the cellar that deserves to see the light of day. It's the very psychogeographically inspired Immanent in the Manifold City from James Bridle. There's more than a touch of 'pataphysics at play here too, with the "manual of operation" enabling you to "form an instrument for investigating ubiquity". It's a wonderful weaving of the historical into a new narrative around place and time. A lovely piece.
It's self published through the Newspaper Club. The club (really simply a service) enables anyone to create and distribute there own newspapers on glorious newsprint. Perfect for small runs and events. Great service and idea, more proof that print is not dead, as through technology it's becoming more accessible. Beats the hell out of trying to self publish on the photocopier or only digitally. Some things need to be held as much as read.
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