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According to Lucretius, the clinamen is a spontaneous deviation at the origin of the creation of worlds; an undetermined and random swerving of an atom, a change in trajectory that will finish in a meeting with another atom. A shock and then an explosion, in which a new universe is born.

Editions Clinamen were founded in Geneva in 2014 by Lucas Cantori, Mélanie Borès and Roxane Bovet. They are active in the field of art and critical thinking valuing particularly ambiguous, experimental and difficult to define positionings. Clinamen is a research space in which publishing is curatorial and experimental. Far from the notion of the publisher as a simple producer of written traces, clinamen aims to work closely with artists in order to question the very notion of publishing, to be part of the projects rather than a simple intermediary between the author and the printer. For us, publishing is not limited to producing book-objects. We talk about sound editions, objects, digital cards, but also about the organization of events, meetings, residencies and the constitution of a library of specialized titles.
 

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Press

Sans Grace on RTS

Sans Grace in Culturieuse

Sans Grace dans Viceversa Litterature

Copy, Tweak, Paste dans Artists’ Book Reviews

Skoob II, Tribune de Genève

Editions
  1. 1
    under water and up in the air, rita elhajj & kinla (...)
    under water and up in the air, rita elhajj & kinlawaa (& the ehiiaya)
    under water and up in the air, rita elhajj & kinlawaa (& the ehiiaya)
    1
    under water and up in the a (...)
    under water and up in the air, rita elhajj & kinlawaa (& the ehiiaya)
    under water and up in the air, rita elhajj & kinlawaa (& the ehiiaya)
    under water and up in the air, rita elhajj & kinlawaa (& the ehiiaya)

    everything happens very quickly. on the surface, there are humans, despair. in the depths, a multiplicity: births, ancestors, stories, emotions, wishes, desires… words are ostensibly fading, melodies are rising, from all directions, vibrations intermingle. laughter is a character, a space for radical listening. humans are falling apart, ROEs are blown away. the wind is a revolution.
    appearing in the storm, the ehiiaya and the underwater entities face oppression and refuse reclusion.

    in order to ally with the ehiiaya and the underwater entities, it is essential to disrupt identities and challenge languages and readings. it is a matter of multiplying interpretations, possibilities and futures to avoid hostilities. it is a matter of embracing the fact that differences in relation to others follow a lack of mutual understanding as we are confronted with unsuspected languages. the unknown is not inevitably adverse.

    each language unfolds a parallel and complementary story in relation to other languages. languages aren’t a mere means of communication, they are also gestures, relationships to the world, sea streams that never mingle despite being in contact. languages do not belong to either the academy nor legislature, but to any entity who tempts to extract from them thoughts and desires. and as any language or any entity, a life story is neither simple nor singular. It hybridizes with and transfers to other lives, other entities, ancestors, memories, blood, fragments of bodies…

    here, to love is conjugated only in the plural.

    edition in french, english, arabic and hiiwaa, 9.8 x 14.5, + poster, color offset, sewn binding, 104 pages, 13CHF

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  2. 2
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille Dumond, Camilla Paolino
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille Dumond, Camilla Paolino
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille Dumond, Camilla Paolino
    2
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille D (...)
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille Dumond, Camilla Paolino
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille Dumond, Camilla Paolino
    Gervasia Brocson, Camille Dumond, Camilla Paolino

    Gervasia Broxon is the second title in the collection “Entretiens pour un film” directed by Camille Dumond. It is based on the film Scuola Senza Fine by Adriana Monti, which bears witness to the experience of a group of Italian women in the 1970s who, at the age of 40, 50 or 60, returned to school. For 150 hours, in the company of feminist teachers, they learn writing, history and philosophy, but above all, they learn to think about their learning and the emancipation it brings them. They will learn to think about themselves in the world around them. Based on the subjects of the film, Camille Dumond and Camilla Paolino invited four authors to articulate a thought process around the issues of inter-generational sisterhood, autonomous and supportive learning, and Italian community feminism of the 1970s. Starting from this historical object, they developed a series of reflections on major contemporary issues in the framework of feminism, individual and collective emancipation and self-organization.

    Trilingual edition IT/FR/EN, 11 x 16.5 cm, offset printing, paperback, 283 pages, 15CHF

  3. 3
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Jeff Koons. J (...)
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Jeff Koons. Just kidding. It’s a book of interviews with nine really great artists.
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Jeff Koons. Just kidding. It’s a book of interviews with nine really great artists.
    3
    Everything you ever wanted (...)
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Jeff Koons. Just kidding. It’s a book of interviews with nine really great artists.
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Jeff Koons. Just kidding. It’s a book of interviews with nine really great artists.
    Everything you ever wanted to know about Jeff Koons. Just kidding. It’s a book of interviews with nine really great artists.

    This publication was born amid the chaos engendered by Covid-19, during the shutdown of art spaces and of just about everything else. For the curatorial duo Roxane Bovet and Yoan Mudry, it is the last expression, for lack of an exhibition, of their mandate at Forde.

    The artists presented in this book have diverse practices, although sometimes common interests run through these: several of them share a taste for complex narrative structures; through the words borrowing, copy, stealing, or fan art, in several places we come across the notion of appropriation; there’s the idea of the whole that is greater than the sum of its parts, the exhibition as medium or as ecosystem; the practice of collage, of assemblage, discrepant montages and non-linear associations. But that which most definitely links all these artists together is also that which is the least obvious, and not so readily accessible. It’s not about a subject, nor about any aesthetic characteristic, but rather a capacity to not take the world at face value, to not see reality as definite and inevitable. In a society that does not hold together, they shake things up or draw our attention to what appears to be natural and/or normal: the forms, colours, structures, and tone taken on by the myths that fill our everyday life. In response, they tell parallel, infectious stories, their objects and their spaces are desires and ideas made tangible—pockets of fresh air which today must be preserved from words like salary, efficiency, rational.
    This book contains interviews we held with nine artists. There could also have been 50.

    With interviews of: Basile Dinbergs, Bastien Gachet, Florence Jung, Miriam Laura Leonardi, Thomas Moor, Diane Rivoire, Aymeric Tarrade, Puck Verkade, Shirin Yousefi.

     

    Bilingual FR/EN, 12 x 17 cm, offset print, section sewn binding, 190 pages, 20CHF

  4. 4
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & Grace Seri
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & Grace Seri
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & Grace Seri
    4
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & (...)
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & Grace Seri
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & Grace Seri
    Sans Grace, Kayije Kagame & Grace Seri

    Sans Grace is an ongoing encounter woven by the unique wording of Grace Seri, a book on the edge of writing and speaking. These texts, written while undergoing logorrheic exercises with Kayije Kagame and Grace Seri, initiate a writing method without graphemes, by which the unconscious speaks and the body writes. Once transcribed, the texts led to the diptych Sans Grace / Avec Grace, staged by Kayije Kagame, that explores twinship, the multiple identities of characters in search of meaning, apprehending their own desires, and the alternate absence of both actresses, on stage as well as in their daily life.

     
    Bilingual FR/EN, 11 x 16 cm, laser print, section sewn binding, 64 pages, 15CHF

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  5. 5
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-ena (...)
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books, Rob van Leijsen
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books, Rob van Leijsen
    5
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods (...)
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books, Rob van Leijsen
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books, Rob van Leijsen
    Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books, Rob van Leijsen

    Artists’ books, which once allowed artists to avoid meddlesome institutions and galleries in producing and distributing artistic work, today have a paradoxical existence. On the one hand, there are the extremely rare founding books, termed “first edition” or “original”, and, on the other hand, there are “facsimile” editions, which entered the artist’s book realm to counteract the scarcity of the originals by offering re-enactments and reinterpretations of famous titles. This essay underlines a curiosity for practices of appropriation by artists and publishers, and aims to expose methods and discourses in the production of facsimile artists’ books.

     

    Bilingual FR/EN, 14 x 20 cm, offset print, section sewn binding, 224 pages, 22CHF

  6. 6
    A-Sides – A cosmology of audio editions by artists a (...)
    A-Sides – A cosmology of audio editions by artists around the Arc Lémanique region
    A-Sides – A cosmology of audio editions by artists around the Arc Lémanique region
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    A-Sides – A cosmology of (...)
    A-Sides – A cosmology of audio editions by artists around the Arc Lémanique region
    A-Sides – A cosmology of audio editions by artists around the Arc Lémanique region
    A-Sides – A cosmology of audio editions by artists around the Arc Lémanique region

    Art & vinyl: an analytic anthology of artist’s records in Switzerland.

    Since the beginning of its existence, the record has always been used by visual artists as a form of distribution for their sound practice. First experimented with by the early avant-garde movements, the role of these sound supports was later redefined in the context of the proliferation and hybridization of forms between sound and language.
    While recording media such as discs or cassettes were used to document happenings, readings, and Fluxus concerts, these media also became a medium in their own right, used by artists to transmit their experiments. Moreover, the current economic and technological context generated a keen interest in editorial and multiple art practices.
    A-sides brings into focus on a network of actors linked to the scene of the Lake Geneva region—on the history of artistic encounters and exchanges generating sound productions. The produced works, as well as the methods of exploration of this international network, formed the basis of this anthology of artists’ sound publications.
    A-sides gives an insight into the conditions and motivations that give rise to the creation of sound recordings as an art form and explores the ambiguity of the relationship between the current technological context, which is moving towards dematerialization, and the persistence of sound practices distributed on tangible recording media.

    Contributions by: Camilla Paolino, Francis Baudevin, Laurence Wagner, Laurent Schmid, Roxane Bovet, Jonathan Frigeri, Christophe Kihm, Luca Frei, Anne Le Troter, John Armleder, Karl Holmqvist, Charlemagne Palestine, Maurizio Nannucci, Mathieu Copeland, N.U. Unruh, Franz Treichler, FM Einheit, Hannah Weinberger, Daniel Löwenbrück, Jan van Toorn, Ben Schot, Volker Zander, Bruno Sphere, Tzii, Christophe Piette, Benjamin Novello (Blanktapes), d’incise, Frédéric Post, Francesco Cavaliere, Aymeric de Topol, Lieven Martens, Sixto Fernando, Zamzamrec, Ergo Phizmiz, Feldermelder, Joke Lanz.

     
    English, 15 x 20 cm, section sewn binding, 224 pages, 25CHF

  7. 7
    The filming not the Film, Camille Dumond
    The filming not the Film, Camille Dumond
    The filming not the Film, Camille Dumond
    7
    The filming not the Film, C (...)
    The filming not the Film, Camille Dumond
    The filming not the Film, Camille Dumond
    The filming not the Film, Camille Dumond

    Each issue of the series «Entretiens pour un film» focuses on a moving image artist or filmmaker, specifically the place he or she has chosen to escape a particular world.

    This first issue covers Derek Jarman’s home in Dungeness, UK. In 2014, a visit to Prospect Cottage, a house on the Kent coast, triggers questions around this healing space which is also a film set. Thoughts develop about starting over; Links are slowly drawn between a garden and the movements of a film camera; attempts to unveil issues around escaping the public sphere & finding intimacy.

     

    Bilingual FR/EN, 12 x 18 cm, laser print, section sewn binding, 88 pages, 15CHF

  8. 8
    Observations upon Experimental Philosophy (sky), Marga (...)
    Observations upon Experimental Philosophy (sky), Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Collection Mimic Octopus
    Observations upon Experimental Philosophy (sky), Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Collection Mimic Octopus
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    Observations upon Experimen (...)
    Observations upon Experimental Philosophy (sky), Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Collection Mimic Octopus
    Observations upon Experimental Philosophy (sky), Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Collection Mimic Octopus
    Observations upon Experimental Philosophy (sky), Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Collection Mimic Octopus

    Margaret is well known for having written the proto-science fiction novel The Blazing World, in which she imagines one of the first—if not the first—physically reachable extraterrestrial world (through the North Pole). However, she extensively wrote on nature, science and philosophy, a body of work lesser known and left untranslated.

    If we sometimes need to get over the convoluted argumentations of her writings, the selected short texts are sufficient to seize a significant part of Margaret’s thinking and sensitivity.

    Chosen among Observations upon Experimental Philosophy, these four texts, digging into her perception of the sky and its constituents, disclose her anti-Aristotelian standpoint. Moreover, her sensitivity, which has its similarities with a kind of materialism, actualizes an acute and thoughtful inclusion of humanity among other species—and the species of the world among humanity—, as she never forgets to mention other animals and creatures when speaking of humans in her repeated and warming phrasing “Man, and such other Creatures”. But her concerns and generosity surpass a special attention for the living, and embrace the elements and bodies of the world, collectively evolving among the sparkling “self-moving” nature she envisions. And through her writing, science and philosophy cohabit with intimacy and intuition.

    “Mimic Octopus” is a collection dedicated to the republication of seminal texts that are no longer published, impossible to find or never translated into French.

     
    Bilingual FR/EN, 13 x 19 cm, laser print, section sewn binding, 74 pages, 13CHF

  9. 9
    L’âge des techniciens, Lauren Huret et Pacôme (...)
    L’âge des techniciens, Lauren Huret et Pacôme Thiellement
    L’âge des techniciens, Lauren Huret et Pacôme Thiellement
    9
    L’âge des technicien (...)
    L’âge des techniciens, Lauren Huret et Pacôme Thiellement
    L’âge des techniciens, Lauren Huret et Pacôme Thiellement
    L’âge des techniciens, Lauren Huret et Pacôme Thiellement

    Lauren Huret works closely on systems of beliefs linked to machines. For her, nothing is clear in this world: there is the mystery of growth, the unintelligibility of communication mediums, the cult of information, the secret of dynamic flows.

    As for him, Pacôme Thiellement writes essays that he considers as popular culture hermeneutics. He works on topics as varied as David Lynch, Frank Zappa et mysticism. For him, popular productions like Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Twin Peaks are perfect points of entry to analyse the tendencies at play in our occidental societies.

    For this common project, the authors investigate the different types of domination citizens have been submitted to since medieval times, in order to articulate a reflection on what they call « the age of technicians », which would be the next form of alienation to come.

    The book comprises collages by artist Lauren Huret and a bilingual essay (FR/EN) by Pacôme Thiellement.

     

    Bilingual FR/EN, 31×14,4 cm, laser print, stapled booklet, 56 pages, 20CHF

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  10. 10
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane Bovet, Lucas Cantori
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane Bovet, Lucas Cantori
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane Bovet, Lucas Cantori
    10
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane B (...)
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane Bovet, Lucas Cantori
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane Bovet, Lucas Cantori
    Loops, Yoan Mudry, Roxane Bovet, Lucas Cantori

    Occidental logic – drawing on Pascal’s lessons more than those of Heraclitus – has constructed for us a fundamentally linear and dissociative reality. Up is the opposite of down, and right or left has nothing to do with this relation. The line is Simplification, Classification, Dissociation and Separation. This dissociative logic, as much as it used to be representative of a time past, no longer roots in reality, be it natural, human or virtual reality. The line, which we thought existed, transforms in a series of infinite and intertwined loops.

    The idea of this book emerged while having a beer at Yoan Mudry’s studio space. This three part publication holds the intervention of paleolithic chickens, the series Westworld, cryogenics, N. Katherine Hayles and Edgar Morin, in order to offer in a literary space the questions at stake in the work of Lausanne-based artist Yoan Mudry.

     

    French, 11×17 cm, laser print, softcover, 58 pages + 1 poster, 10CHF

  11. 11
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninsegni
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninsegni
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninsegni
    11
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninse (...)
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninsegni
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninsegni
    Hwabyeong, Kim Seob Boninsegni

    Hwabyeong is a hypothesis. Under the disguise of a short story, a timeline unfolds seeking its way between reality and fiction, between repressed memory and exalted fantasies.

    Hwabyeong is a fire line, a cold anger – at the same time collective and individual – weaving through the twists and turns of another world (a world across, a world beyond) in the grip of chaos.

    With the participation of Yvan Alvarez, Luca Beeler, Nicolas Brulhart, Timothée Calame, Éléonore Chalié, Marie Matusz, Léo Bachiri Wadimoff and an anonymous.

     
    French, 13×20 cm, offset print, section sewn binding, 178 pages, 20CHF

  12. 12
    Held Together with Water, Roxane Bovet (ed.)
    Held Together with Water, Roxane Bovet (ed.)
    Held Together with Water, Roxane Bovet (ed.)
    12
    Held Together with Water, R (...)
    Held Together with Water, Roxane Bovet (ed.)
    Held Together with Water, Roxane Bovet (ed.)
    Held Together with Water, Roxane Bovet (ed.)

    By combining the tools, experiments and ethics of early conceptual artists with those of the new knowledge communities of the participatory web, Held Together With Water attempts to link parallel emergences in different eras.

    HTWW is a fragmented exhibition that, rather than illustrating virtual reality through the borrowing of its aesthetic codes, presents artists whose strategies embody new possibilities, positions or worldviews. A side step in the generational understanding of contemporary art production, the post-internet hashtag and its global interpretation.

    This publication is not an exhibition catalog but an exhibition in a book. This printed groupshow includes pieces by the artists Art & Language, Gilles Furtwängler, Sébastien Mennet and Lawrence Weiner, several anonymous artists as well as an essay on art in the post-internet era by Roxane Bovet.

     

    Bilingual FR/EN, 10cm x 18cm, stapled booklet, 18 pages + 9 inserts + 1 leeflet
    OUT OF STOCK

  13. 13
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Artistic Experiment, Raphaël (...)
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Artistic Experiment, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington et Sylvain Menétrey
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Artistic Experiment, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington et Sylvain Menétrey
    13
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Ar (...)
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Artistic Experiment, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington et Sylvain Menétrey
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Artistic Experiment, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington et Sylvain Menétrey
    Semiospace, A Spaced Out Artistic Experiment, Raphaële Bidault-Waddington et Sylvain Menétrey

    Semiospace; the polysemic concept proliferates, progresses by folding and unfolding, according to a model in permanent expansion. It serves as a working methodology and as an installation in motion. Its generative dynamics reveals little by little its ambition of theory of the whole and lets itself be carried in the chaos of the cosmos. Is it a matter of reading the signs of the universe to better organize them into fictitious models and alternative realities? Or to propose architectures of the discursive space to travel always further in the depths of the thought?

    Like a monograph of another kind, the semiospace also allows to present the work of the artist Raphaële Bidault-Waddington by proposing a panorama of its three laboratories of creations; Laboratory of engineering of ideas, Small industry of the sensory image, Poetic Refinery.

     
    Bilingual FR/EN, 11.5cm x 18.5cm, offset print (?), section sewn binding, 68 pages + 1 poster, 23CHF

  14. 14
    Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du tem (...)
    Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du temps, Ilya Prigogine, Collection Mimic octopus
    Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du temps, Ilya Prigogine, Collection Mimic octopus
    14
    Temps à devenir, à propos (...)
    Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du temps, Ilya Prigogine, Collection Mimic octopus
    Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du temps, Ilya Prigogine, Collection Mimic octopus
    Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du temps, Ilya Prigogine, Collection Mimic octopus

    The first publication in the collection is “Temps à devenir, à propos de l’histoire du temps,” by Ilya Prigogine. The text is from a conference given at the Musée de la Civilisation in Quebec in 1993, in which the scientist proposes a concept of time that is not a mere variable for measurement, but rather a true dimension of existence whose greatest property would be its irreversibility. For if it does not allow us to correct our errors, it is the most powerful motor by which the universe is capable of developing complex systems, including all the diversity of life. Time is the space in which life and the universe continuously invent the new. Prigogine, a philosopher and winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, investigated these complex systems which serve as the points of departure in his thought.

    Mimic Octopus is a collection dedicated to the republication of seminal texts that are no longer published, impossible to find or never translated into French.

     
    French, 14.7cm x 18.5cm, laser print, soft cover, 50 pages, 12CHF

  15. 15
    L’amitié, Franz Kafka, Collection Mimic octopus
    L’amitié, Franz Kafka, Collection Mimic octopus
    L’amitié, Franz Kafka, Collection Mimic octopus
    15
    L’amitié, Franz Kafk (...)
    L’amitié, Franz Kafka, Collection Mimic octopus
    L’amitié, Franz Kafka, Collection Mimic octopus
    L’amitié, Franz Kafka, Collection Mimic octopus

    Friendship is the second publication in the Mimic Octopus collection. Translated from the original German by Nicola Demarchi and Jeremy Ergas, this young adult novel by Franz Kafka was unearthed in Prague and, according to specialists, played a major role in Kafka’s work. It not only presents the premises of the author’s unfinished novels – The Castle, Amerika, and The Trial – but also forms a conclusion for each of them. Karl Rossmann, Josef K. and K.: could they be three different faces of a single man? Through its construction and by the questions it raises, Friendship undeniably offers new terrain to text interpreters.

    “Mimic Octopus” is a collection dedicated to the republication of seminal texts that are no longer published, impossible to find or never translated into French.

     
    French, 12cm x 18cm, laser print, soft cover, 70 pages, 15CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

  16. 16
    Cards Against Humanity – Swiss edition, Collecti (...)
    Cards Against Humanity – Swiss edition, Collection Mimic octopus
    Cards Against Humanity – Swiss edition, Collection Mimic octopus
    16
    Cards Against Humanity R (...)
    Cards Against Humanity – Swiss edition, Collection Mimic octopus
    Cards Against Humanity – Swiss edition, Collection Mimic octopus
    Cards Against Humanity – Swiss edition, Collection Mimic octopus

    Cards Against Humanity is a “card game for horrible people”, says its creators. Launched in Los Angeles, each country is invited to create its own. This is what Clinamen proposed to the public during an evening of the SKOOB publishing meeting.

     
    The game is available in PDF under the creative commons license BY-NC-SA.

  17. 17
    Screamscape – Institut international de recherch (...)
    Screamscape – Institut international de recherche sur le cri
    Screamscape – Institut international de recherche sur le cri
    17
    Screamscape – Institu (...)
    Screamscape – Institut international de recherche sur le cri
    Screamscape – Institut international de recherche sur le cri
    Screamscape – Institut international de recherche sur le cri

    The Screamscape took place at the Fribourg’s Kunsthalle, Fri Art, in juin 2015 with the aim to create a huge panorama of the scream. This publication is a testimony of the event of this week but also of the project’s conceptual dynamic.

    With: Thibault Walter, Nora Schultz, Angela Marzullo, Ilaria Picchetti, Michael Gendreau, Francesco Gregorio, Nicolas Brulhard, Antoine Läng & Thomas Perrodin, Lucas Cantori, Fabian Marti, Allen S. Weiss, Dave Phillips, Angela Marzulo, Jason Kahn, Vanessa Gageos, Léo Collin, Infolipo, Cassandre Poirier-Simon, Jérôme Berbier, Lou Masduraud, Roxane Bovet, Antoine Läng, Gabrielle Schaad, Boris Denler, Jen Morris, Marc Décimo, Grand Choeur Noise, Ernest Churchill, Andrea Marioni, Antoine Chessex, Francisco Meirino, Camille Dumond, Alexandra Catana, Junko Hiroshige, Judith Huber et Silvia Isenschmid, Delphine Depres, Denise Bertschi, Camilla Paolino, Nicole Staremberg, Thierry Dagon, Antoine Bertin, Tamara de Wehr, UnPerfectRadio, Ramaya Tegegne, Klaus Zuberbühler, Alain Freudiger, Rolf Laureijs & Benjamin Pogonatos, Mathias Clivaz, Nicolas Geiser, Flavio Merlo et Ben Rosenthal, Antoine Chessex & Stéphane Montavon, Laure Marville, Johnson & Kingston.

     
    French, 29cm x 38cm unfolded, newspaper, 44 pages, 12CHF

  18. 18
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER
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    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER

    Outside of predefined fields, a singular reflection is created in the junctions. FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER attempts to follow these lines of thought. Through an interrogation of imminence and the multitude, combination or chance, the project provokes encounters, allowing for new conceptual links. The connections of ideas are not controlled, different each time, subjected to the singular imagination of the reader. A sort of revisited Zettelkasten that places the reader inside the writing process.

    It’s also the creation of a panorama. Mixing authors, artists, philosophers, researchers and scientists – in a given format – to take stock of thought here and now. Attempting to show a reality, to make a collection of ideas that reveal the world. Over time, the contributions grow and the project grows. No subject, style or genre is imposed; the choice of these questions by the author is also revealing of our interests.

     
    The entire collection is available on the FPWM.XYZ website

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  19. 19
    404, Yoan Mudry
    404, Yoan Mudry
    404, Yoan Mudry
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    404, Yoan Mudry
    404, Yoan Mudry
    404, Yoan Mudry
    404, Yoan Mudry

    Supporting multiple made by Yoan Mudry for Clinamen Editions. The pieces were presented during the exhibition Plumbing (Nicolas Kruppy Gallery, Basel, 2015).

     
    Cornflour, glue and vinegar
    9 x 30 x 30 cm
    Edition: 24 + 4

  20. 20
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso
    20
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Herm (...)
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso
    bliss 7, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso

    co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is bliss. bliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 7: Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso, on the occasion of the exhibition Chamanisme, enfermement et rock’n’roll,abc, Dijon

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

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    Lucrèce, de l’altérité ou la mort immortelle, Phi (...)
    Lucrèce, de l’altérité ou la mort immortelle, Philippe Sergeant
    Lucrèce, de l’altérité ou la mort immortelle, Philippe Sergeant
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    Lucrèce, de l’altérité (...)
    Lucrèce, de l’altérité ou la mort immortelle, Philippe Sergeant
    Lucrèce, de l’altérité ou la mort immortelle, Philippe Sergeant
    Lucrèce, de l’altérité ou la mort immortelle, Philippe Sergeant

    How does one reflect on alterity? The presumption is that, in itself, alterity does not exist. If it existed, it would not be as otherness, but as identity. The result is that, when actualized, alterity destroys itself in a historic catastrophy. Philippe Sergeant brings an answer; we will see that poetry and art play their role in this answer. Because, in Lucretius, letters, words, atoms are associated in infinite configurations. Not only that, but they also transform themselves, reject each other, and recombine. This is the correlate of poetry, and the poetics of the world and nature. And the potential arrangements are what constitutes alterity, the future of all things, even beyond death. This text is not an essay on the works of Lucretius. In our era of biometric passports, in a time which lacks poetry, the question of otherness is eminently topical—paradoxically, maybe. If the choice has been set on Lucretius, it is undoubtedly because his philosophy is above all else a poem.

     
    French, 13.5 x 18.5 cm, laser print, softcover, 153 pages, 18CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

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    bliss 6, Yeji Lee
    bliss 6, Yeji Lee
    bliss 6, Yeji Lee
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    bliss 6, Yeji Lee
    bliss 6, Yeji Lee
    bliss 6, Yeji Lee
    bliss 6, Yeji Lee

    co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is bliss. bliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 6: Yeji Lee, on the occasion of the exhibition in the mouth of the beast, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF
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    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon
    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon
    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon
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    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon
    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon
    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon
    bliss 5, Seyoung Yoon

    Co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is bliss. bliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 5: Seyoung Yoon, on the occasion of the exhibition in the mouth of the beast, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF
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    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénervaud
    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénervaud
    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénervaud
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    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénerva (...)
    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénervaud
    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénervaud
    bliss 4, Guillaume Dénervaud

    Co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is bliss. bliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 4: Guillaume Dénervaud, on the occasion of the exhibition in the mouth of the beast, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

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    bliss 3, Elena Radice
    bliss 3, Elena Radice
    bliss 3, Elena Radice
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    bliss 3, Elena Radice
    bliss 3, Elena Radice
    bliss 3, Elena Radice
    bliss 3, Elena Radice

    Co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is bliss. bliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 3: Elena Radice, à l’occasion de l’exposition in the mouth of the beast, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

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    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et Guillaume Foldz
    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et Guillaume Foldz
    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et Guillaume Foldz
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    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et G (...)
    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et Guillaume Foldz
    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et Guillaume Foldz
    bliss 2, Thomas Koenig et Guillaume Foldz

    Co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is bliss. bliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 2: Thomas Koenig & Guillaume Foldz, on the occasion of the exhibition in the mouth of the beast, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

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    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haas
    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haas
    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haas
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    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haa (...)
    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haas
    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haas
    bliss 1, Ceel Mogami de Haas

    Co-published by Activerat

    In the circle where the center is everywhere and the periphery nowhere, there is dliss. dliss is a hybrid and endless publication project that positions itself at the border between the object and the virtual. Under the direction of Ceel Mogami de Haas, the collection consists of a series of cards with access to wallpapers (smartphones and computers) and downloadable sound pieces. The first edition of this collection is realized by the curator/artist himself. Then, it is according to a non-regular rhythm that he invites artists to participate in the collection.

    bliss 1 : Ceel Mogami de Haas, on the occasion of the exhibition And the crack in the tea-cup opens a lane to the land of the dead, Piano Nobile, Geneva

     
    10.5 x 12 cm, a download card on its support, riso printing, 3CHF

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    Quarks und Bastards
    Quarks und Bastards
    Quarks und Bastards
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    Quarks und Bastards
    Quarks und Bastards
    Quarks und Bastards
    Quarks und Bastards

    The journal Quarks und Bastards aims to create an interaction bewteen certain disciplines, to set up dialogs and a platform. The purpose of QuB, through art, philosophy and the science of nature, is to wander in the “regions of reality” of a world which we apparently all share. Using the tools of different disciplines and territories, we put into friction the focal points that these same territories and disciplines develop.

    The first issue came out on the 26th of June, 2014 with the participation of Thomas Mueller, Philippe Sergeant, Elsa Cornu & Olivier Ilegems, Alexis Rosenbaum, Reouth Keren and Merouan Ammor

     
    French, 20.5 x 26.7 cm, laser print, riveted booklet, 82 pages, 10CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

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    Economie Libidinale, Yoan Mudry
    Economie Libidinale, Yoan Mudry
    Economie Libidinale, Yoan Mudry
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    Economie Libidinale, Yoan M (...)
    Economie Libidinale, Yoan Mudry
    Economie Libidinale, Yoan Mudry
    Economie Libidinale, Yoan Mudry

    Economie Libidinale is a collection of texts produced for Yoan Mudry’s eponymous exhibition at Marbriers 4 in Geneva in 2013. To accompany this solo exhibition, Yoan Mudry invited a series of young artists, curators and other Swiss cultural actors to produce a series of short texts. While the exhibition is still in preparation and nobody knows what it will be about, the authors are invited to write the presentation text with two constraints: the text should not exceed half an A4 page and the contributions should not explain Yoan Mudry’s work.
    In order to question different notions – such as the status of the exhibition text, the communication of art spaces, the notion of network, of artistic scene, or the reification of artistic practices under “young artists” – the texts were distributed in two times and according to two different modalities. The first diffusion is done without signature and by electronic way as spam during all the time of the exhibition. At the end of the exhibition, more than six hundred people unsubscribed from the newsletter of the art space. It is only then that the assembled and signed texts are presented in the form of this publication.

     
    Mix Fr/En, 13.8 x 19 cm, laser print, softcover, 53 pages, 12CHF
    OUT OF STOCK

3 Gee in Luggages

For several years Clinamen and the contemporary art space One gee in fog have been collecting books linking art and literature. This collection is the starting point for the library Three gees in luggages, which aims at keeping track of practices in contemporary publishing. You will find reference works as well as rare and little distributed editions by both independent publishing houses in Switzerland and elsewhere, and from well-established structures.

The collection contains about 700 titles of different categories: specialized works (graphic design, typography, etc.), science fiction, critical theory, poetry. The collection is also composed of a series of magazines (Muscles, Jeff Klak, Eaapes, etc). It also hosts a series of sound editions (activerat, Zonoff, ZamZam rec., etc.), artists’ books, posters and editions hardly definable/difficult to define such as boxes, postcards, rolls, scratch cards, etc.

Olololo

Developed in collaboration with the literary platform playground-platform.xyz, Olololo is a writing residency that aims at encouraging writing projects of young local authors. It is open to writers working in the fields of literature, poetry, art, or critical theory, and allows them time and space to focus on any stage of a particular project. Olololo encourages innovative positions, experimental writing, and transdisciplinary questioning that navigate and blend different forms of knowledge and different research and writing methodologies.

The residency hosts five writers per year. The resident has a dedicated work space that allows for both classical writing practice and experimental exploration thanks to a large open space that can be arranged in different ways and access to the exhibition space and the publishing house materials and equipment.

Residents are selected once a year by a committee formed for the occasion. Olololo provides a workspace for one week, access to a specialized library, a budget to purchase new books for the library, the support of a reading committee, and a financial remuneration.

Located at rue de Vermont 12 in Geneva, the residency takes place in the Three Gees in Luggages library.

List of residents
  1. 1
    Ohiri Grace Seri, 1992

    Residency 04.04-08.04.2022

Events
  1. 25.11.2021
    Reading of Sans Grace at Fureur de lire, Maison Ro (...)
    Reading of Sans Grace at Fureur de lire, Maison Rousseau Littérature, Genève
    25.11.2021
    Reading of Sans Grace at Fu (...)
    Reading of Sans Grace at Fureur de lire, Maison Rousseau Littérature, Genève

    “I am Grace’s voice, because she is not here.” Kayije Kagame reads the first part of “Without Grace” a diptych created in 2019 with another actress, Grace Seri. The fruit of a writing elaborated from recordings of a raw orality during an artist residency at La Becque.

    https://www.fureurdelire.ch/event/sans-grace

  2. 27.02.2021
    Diolle précessive, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    Diolle précessive, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    27.02.2021
    Diolle précessive, Radio l (...)
    Diolle précessive, Radio launch, Radio Kanal

    The publication of A-sides comes out in the middle of a time of confinement. The concerts and parties that would have logically called for the launch of this book are transformed into four radio programs. Diolle precessive revolves around a few records from the label eight&zero, productions from the art space Circuit and a sound production in progress with Parker Williams.
    Intro collage
    Bruno Dürr – I killed my Father’s Guitar
    Tom Surgal – Burial of the Sun
    Christian Marclay – Ghost (I don’t live today)
    David Cunningham – Novembre
    Lionel Marchetti & Jérome Noetinger – Paris – Genève (extrait partie 1 Genève)
    Karst et Vincent Barras – Aboutir Au Corps Lune
    Genesis P-Orridge + Thee Majesty – Rudolf (Satanis Cocainis Mix)
    A-Sides: conversation about Parker Williams’ recordings
    Mysterious recordings of Parker Williams (interpretation by Claire Michel de Haas)

    https://soundcloud.com/fondationkanal/a-side-4-diolle-precessive?in=fondationkanal/sets/pieces-radiophoniques

  3. 20.02.2021
    Rèze Tellurgique, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    Rèze Tellurgique, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    20.02.2021
    Rèze Tellurgique, Radio la (...)
    Rèze Tellurgique, Radio launch, Radio Kanal

    The publication of A-sides comes out in the middle of a time of confinement. The concerts and soirées noises that would logically have called for the launch of this book are transformed into four radio programs. In Rèze Tellurgique, Anne Le Troter’s record is presented, as well as sound publications of some labels from the Lake Geneva region, with a special emphasis on the Zonoff label.
    Intro with Chainsaw Rich – Sit Back and Relax
    Voice of Aymeric de Tapol about Tape Culture
    Lobait – Wild Party
    Voice of Johnny Haway about Zonoff
    Felix Kubin – Blouson en soie
    Francisco Meirino – A possibility
    Davide Cascio & Oliver Scharpf – A mantra for house plants
    Valentina Pini & Micha – OCD
    Èlg – Capitain Present
    Henry Deletra – El Encuentro
    Gilles Aubry – Under the Ahwach Moon
    Simone Grab – Braincast
    Ceel Mogami de Haas – The age of the reindeer
    Joke Lanz – Musica per la radio
    Voice of Joke Lanz about Tape Culture
    Jealousy Party – Inno
    Voice of Francesco Cavaliere about Tape Culture
    Scanner – Waves
    Voice of Tzii about Tape Culture
    Floris Vanhoof – Squeak
    Voice of ZamZam about Tape Culture
    ZamZam & Radio Picnic – Graft
    interview Anne Le Troter (text read by Camille Aleña)
    Christian Marclay (excerpts from The Sounds of Christmas)
    Anne Le Troter – L’appétence
    Christian Marclay (excerpts from The Sounds of Christmas)
    Anne Le Troter – Fifi Riri Loulou
    Francisco Meirino – La Plainte

    https://soundcloud.com/fondationkanal/a-side-3-reze-tellurgique?in=fondationkanal/sets/pieces-radiophoniques

  4. 13.02.2021
    Mara Equinoxe, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    Mara Equinoxe, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    13.02.2021
    Mara Equinoxe, Radio launch (...)
    Mara Equinoxe, Radio launch, Radio Kanal

    The publication of A-sides comes out in the middle of a time of confinement. The concerts and soirées noises that would logically have called for the launch of this book are transformed into four radio programs. Mara Equinoxe gives an overview of Karl Holmqvist’s vinyl record produced by A-Sides and of some recent sound releases by young artists on the activeRat label, alongside a selection of records by artists from the Geneva region.
    Tracklist :
    Intro Collage
    Anita – Chat du Nord
    Biblioteq Mdulair (Emma Souharce, Daniel Maszkowicz) – Primitive Electronics Brain Dance
    Valentin Carron – Tropico Psalm
    Günter Müller/Norbert Möslang – vlan_voilà
    Johnny Haway – Field Recording Sardegna (extrait)
    activeRat:
    – Zoé Aubry – I am a sweet angel face who got into danger place
    – Giulia Essyad – Crying
    – Nathalie Rebholz – Onmnisound
    – Caroline Schattling Villeval – Happy Narrative Song
    Modern Reasonable (Christian Pahud, Francis Baudevin) – Oil Can Clicks
    A-Sides: Présentation Karl Holmqvist’s Staircase Mystery
    – Karl Holmqvist – Staircase Mystery
    – Karl Holmqvist – The Man Who Sold the World
    – Karl Holmqvist – Addition Addiction
    – Karl Holmqvist – Declare Independence

    https://soundcloud.com/fondationkanal/a-sides-2-mara-equinoxe?in=fondationkanal/sets/pieces-radiophoniques

  5. 06.02.2021
    L’ocultation de Galotta, Radio launch, Radio (...)
    L’ocultation de Galotta, Radio launch, Radio Kanal
    06.02.2021
    L’ocultation de Galot (...)
    L’ocultation de Galotta, Radio launch, Radio Kanal

    The publication of A-sides comes out in the middle of a time of confinement. The concerts and soirées noises that would logically have called for the launch of this book are transformed into four radio programs. The occultation of Galotta, is articulated around the disc I of Water of Hannah Weinberger.

    Tracklist :
    Intro collage (with excerpts from Henri Chopin)
    Alexandre Joly – Sapin
    Antoine Fischer et Ensemble Batida – Oblikvaj #3 – Ether Strips
    Roxane Bovet – A-Sides: Hybridity, Plasticity, Simultaneity in the Conception, Instruments and Methodology of Research (text read by Geraldine Tedder)
    William S. Burroughs – I was Fooling Around With These Tapes in Hotels Hallelujah Chorus Backwards
    Roxane Bovet – A-Sides: Hybridity, Plasticity, Simultaneity in the Conception, Instruments and Methodology of Research (part 2; read by Geraldine Tedder)
    Brion Gysin – The Pool K III 6
    Camilla Paolino – A-Sides, B-Sides or when the Tape Recorder Killed the Author (text read by Giulia Scotto)
    Electrophylia vs LSD (Jutta Koether & Steven Parino)
    Ghalas Charara – Endnotes to Camilla Paolino’s text (text read by Giulia Scotto)
    John Armleder – 4’33’’
    Silvie Fleury – Walking in a Parking Lot With Dolphins
    Rhys Chatham – Guitar Trio à Circuit
    Présentation de la publication A-Sides / Clinamen par Roxane Bovet
    John Armleder et Team 404 – extrait de Frozen Microwave Orchestra
    Présentation de la publication A-Sides / Clinamen par Roxane Bovet 2
    Hannah Weinberger – Je d’eau 1
    interview Hannah Weinberger (text read by Geraldine Tedder)
    conversation around the disc of Hannah Weinberger; Roxane Bovet and Laurent Schmid (in the background: Jordan Wolfson’s disc endlessly skipping)
    Hannah Weinberger – Je d’eau 2

  6. 7.1-14.1 2021
    Résidence Clinatombe, Residency, Picto, Genève
    Résidence Clinatombe, Residency, Picto, Genève
    7.1-14.1 2021
    Résidence Clinatombe, Resi (...)
    Résidence Clinatombe, Residency, Picto, Genève
  7. 21.11-12.12.2020
    Through the book(s), Exhibition, Leporello Books, (...)
    Through the book(s), Exhibition, Leporello Books, Roma
    21.11-12.12.2020
    Through the book(s), Exhibi (...)
    Through the book(s), Exhibition, Leporello Books, Roma

    Book exhibition inspired by Rob van Leijsen’s latest publication Copy, Tweak, Paste: Methods of Appropriation in Re-enacted Artists’ Books.

    The selection includes such seminal titles as Booktrek: Selected essays on artists’ books by Clive Phillpot, Various Small Books: Referencing Various Small Books by Ed Ruscha by Jeff Brouws, Wendy Burton and Hermann Zschiegner, Post-digital Print by Alessandro Ludovico, which provide historical context and critical writings on book publishing and artists’ books in particular.
    In addition to these theoretical works, a selection of facsimiles and bootlegs discussed in Copy, Tweak, Paste as well as more contemporary examples from the Leporello archives are presented.
    The physical presentation of the publications at Leporello is accompanied by a daily Instagram broadcast of the selected works.

    https://leporello-books.com/en/evento/copy-tweak-paste-en/

  8. 16.06.2020
    Weathering Station 4, Eugene Fischer, Podcasts
    Weathering Station 4, Eugene Fischer, Podcasts
    16.06.2020
    Weathering Station 4, Eugen (...)
    Weathering Station 4, Eugene Fischer, Podcasts

    Produced in collaboration with Flight of Fancy, Weathering Station is a program of video conversations with authors of science fiction, fantasy and magical realism. Each conversation features a discussion of one of the author’s short stories available online. With : Tlotlo Tsamaase (BW), Meg Elison (USA), Gabriale Damian Miravete (MX), Eugene FIscher (USA).

    Weathering Station_4 with Eugene Fischer discusses his story The New Mother, published in Asimov’s Science Fiction in 2015, and winner of the 2015 Otherwise Award (formerly the James Tiptree, Jr. Literary Award).

    Histoire disponible ici : https://medium.com/@glorioushubris/the-new-mother-9df848da415b

    About Eugene:
    Eugene Fischer is an award-winning author whose fiction has been published in places like Asimov’s Science Fiction and The New Voices of Fantasy, translated into several languages, and developed for television. He has won the Otherwise Award (formerly the James Tiptree Jr. Literary Award), placed second for the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and was a finalist for the Nebula Award. He studied physics at Trinity University, is a graduate of the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers’ Workshop, and holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He was a Teaching-Writing Fellow and Assistant Professor at the University of Iowa, where he created and taught “Writing and Reading Science Fiction,” the school’s first undergraduate science fiction creative writing course. Since returning to his home state, he has lectured on genre rhetoric at the Writers’ League of Texas, collaborated with the nonprofit Austin Bat Cave to create a science fiction writing summer camp for children, and taught classes at The Writing Barn for early career science fiction writers. He continues to lead fiction writing workshops at conventions and accepts clients for revisions and critiques. He lives in Austin, where people he knows call him E. J.

  9. 15.05.2020
    Weathering Station 3, Meg Elison, Podcasts
    Weathering Station 3, Meg Elison, Podcasts
    15.05.2020
    Weathering Station 3, Meg E (...)
    Weathering Station 3, Meg Elison, Podcasts

    Produced in collaboration with Flight of Fancy, Weathering Station is a program of video conversations with authors of science fiction, fantasy and magical realism. Each conversation features a discussion of one of the author’s short stories available online. With : Tlotlo Tsamaase (BW), Meg Elison (USA), Gabriale Damian Miravete (MX), Eugene FIscher (USA).

    Weathering Station_3 with Meg Elison discusses the short stories “The Portal” and “Maze”. “The Portal” was published in Vice in 2019.

    Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6pd1Yx2_ZM
    Story available here: http://megelison.com/reading-room

    About Meg:
    Meg Elison is a science fiction and horror writer, as well as a feminist essayist and cultural critic. Her work has been on the Tiptree long list, nominated for the Audie Award, and won the Philip K. Dick Award for her novel The Book of the Unnamed Midwife. She has also been published in McSweeney’s, Shimmer, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Catapult, Terraform, and many other places. Elison is a high school dropout and graduate of UC Berkeley.

  10. 01.04-16.06.2020
    Weathering Station 2, Gabriela Damián Miravete, P (...)
    Weathering Station 2, Gabriela Damián Miravete, Podcast
    01.04-16.06.2020
    Weathering Station 2, Gabri (...)
    Weathering Station 2, Gabriela Damián Miravete, Podcast

    Produced in collaboration with Flight of Fancy, Weathering Station is a program of video conversations with authors of science fiction, fantasy and magical realism. Each conversation features a discussion of one of the author’s short stories available online. With : Tlotlo Tsamaase (BW), Meg Elison (USA), Gabriale Damian Miravete (MX), Eugene FIscher (USA).

    Weathering Station_2 with Gabriela Damián Miravete discusses her story They Will Dream in the Garden, published in Latin American Literature Today, and winner of the 2018 Otherwise Award. Originally published in El silencio de los cuerpos. Relatos sobre feminicidios. Ediciones B, 2015

    Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_UzcKmjtfQ
    Story available here: http://www.latinamericanliteraturetod…
    Original story in Spanish: http://www.latinamericanliteraturetod…

    About Gabriela: Gabriela Damián Miravete is a Mexican writer, editor and screenwriter. She also works as a cultural journalist, writing about literature and cinema for publications such as Letras Libres, Lee+, Cine Premiere and Confabulario. Her literary work has been recognized in Mexico and the United States. Her book of children’s stories La tradición de Judas [The Tradition of Judas], illustrated by Cecilia Varela, received the Premio de Cuento in the Feria del Libro Infantil y Juvenil de la Ciudad de México. In 2010, she was awarded a Jóvenes Creadores scholarship for storytelling and wrote the short story collection Pequeños naipes de ópalo [Little Opal Playing Cards]. In 2012, she was a finalist for the World Fantasy Award for her story “Future Nereid,” which was included in the anthology Three Messages and a Warning. Her essays and stories have been translated into English and Portuguese.

  11. 01.04-16.06.2020
    Weathering Station 1, Tlotlo Tsamaase, Podcast
    Weathering Station 1, Tlotlo Tsamaase, Podcast
    01.04-16.06.2020
    Weathering Station 1, Tlotl (...)
    Weathering Station 1, Tlotlo Tsamaase, Podcast

    Produced in collaboration with Flight of Fancy, Weathering Station is a program of video conversations with authors of science fiction, fantasy and magical realism. Each conversation features a discussion of one of the author’s short stories available online. With : Tlotlo Tsamaase (BW), Meg Elison (USA), Gabriale Damian Miravete (MX), Eugene FIscher (USA).

    Weathering Station_1 with Tlotlo Tsamaase discusses his story Murders Fell from Our Wombs, first published in Apex Magazine in 2018.

    Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS7RIfilgqw
    Story available here: https://apex-magazine.com/short-fiction/murders-fell-from-our-wombs/

    About Tlotlo:
    Tlotlo Tsamaase is a Motswana writer of fiction, poetry, and articles about architecture. Her work has appeared in Terraform, Apex Magazine, Strange Horizons, Wasafiri, The Fog Horn magazine, and other publications. Her poem “I Will Be Your Grave” was nominated for the 2017 Rhysling Award. Her short story, “Virtual Snapshots,” was selected for the 2017 Nommo Awards.

  12. 08.12.2018
    Skoob IV, Art & publishing fair, One gee in f (...)
    Skoob IV, Art & publishing fair, One gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg
    08.12.2018
    Skoob IV, Art & publis (...)
    Skoob IV, Art & publishing fair, One gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

    Skoob is a book fair like no other, a meeting between art and publishing where large common libraries replace individual tables and are accompanied by workshops, concerts, conferences, performances and artworks. Going beyond the commercial and promotional aspect, SKOOB aims to bring together independent publishing houses in order to show the diversity of this practice today, in Switzerland, Europe and elsewhere, without the presence of publishers being a financial risk for them.
    For the duration of the fair, 30 days, the space is open three days a week for consultation and sale of publications. At the same time, a series of events of different kinds is scheduled: workshops, conferences, concerts, readings, etc.

    SKOOB IV
    Libraries and display realized by : Elsa Cornu and Olivier Ilegems

    With :
    a series of GIFs made by James Howard, Matilda Tavelli, Pompon pas frais
    an intervention of the students of the writing workshop of the Head and Anne Le troter
    Gruppen: a presentation/performance/experimental film/exhibition with Laurence Gatti, Ilan Kaddouch and Laurent Jarfer.
    Multiple book launches and presentations by ActiveRat, Link editions, Workmaster-HEAD Geneva
    DJ set by MIGHTY and AT(a)LANTE

  13. 27-29.04.2018
    Publishare with Fuzao Studio, Exhibition, Sonnenst (...)
    Publishare with Fuzao Studio, Exhibition, Sonnenstube, Lugano
    27-29.04.2018
    Publishare with Fuzao Studi (...)
    Publishare with Fuzao Studio, Exhibition, Sonnenstube, Lugano

    Publishare is an annual event curated by Sonnenstube dedicated to artistic and curatorial practices in the medium of print.
    Clinamen is invited to dialogue with the Chinese-Milanese publishers of Fuzao Studio.

    http://diesonnenstube.ch/post/publishare-3

  14. 21.06-7.12 2018
    Hwabyeong en tournée avec les plus beaux livres S (...)
    Hwabyeong en tournée avec les plus beaux livres Suisse, Exhibition, Various locations
    21.06-7.12 2018
    Hwabyeong en tournée avec (...)
    Hwabyeong en tournée avec les plus beaux livres Suisse, Exhibition, Various locations

    The Most Beautiful Swiss Books is a Swiss literary prize which aims to reward and promote contemporary creations in the production and art of books. The winners receive an honorary diploma and their works are presented during a national and international tour. They appear in a catalog that is published every year.
    Hwabyeong is selected among the most beautiful books of 2017.

    https://www.schweizerkulturpreise.ch/awards/en/home/design/design-archiv/design-2017/ssb-2017/hwabyeong.html

  15. 17.12.2017
    Skoob III, Art & publishing fair, One gee in (...)
    Skoob III, Art & publishing fair, One gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg
    17.12.2017
    Skoob III, Art & publi (...)
    Skoob III, Art & publishing fair, One gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

    Skoob is a book fair like no other, a meeting between art and publishing where large common libraries replace individual tables and are accompanied by workshops, concerts, conferences, performances and artworks. Going beyond the commercial and promotional aspect, SKOOB aims to bring together independent publishing houses in order to show the diversity of this practice today, in Switzerland, Europe and elsewhere, without the presence of publishers being a financial risk for them.
    For the duration of the fair, 30 days, the space is open three days a week for consultation and sale of publications. At the same time, a series of events of different kinds is scheduled: workshops, conferences, concerts, readings, etc.

    SKOOB III

    Libraries and display made by : Vicente Lessert

    With :
    The Kiosk by Stéphanie Rosianu
    Conference by Rob van Leijsen “Copy, Tweak, Paste
    Performance by Laura Vazquez
    Presentation and launch of the book “Emperors of Ice Cream” by Arvo Leo

  16. 9.11.2017
    Them! + FPWM , Lokal Int, Biel
    Them! + FPWM , Lokal Int, Biel
    9.11.2017
    Them! + FPWM , Lokal Int, B (...)
    Them! + FPWM , Lokal Int, Biel

    The FPWM events are conceived as a cocoon in which Clinamen presents the FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER text collection. In order to reproduce the diversity of the collection, the events take place over three days during which different dynamics follow one another: festive evenings, quiet afternoons dedicated to reading, moments of performance, spaces for discussion, collective meals, etc. Each event is unique, conceived in relation to the new season of FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER, and is composed of a series of artistic interventions that can take different forms: performances, concerts, installations, etc. Each year, the chef Chloé Bovet also prepares a special buffet in connection with the collection.

    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER is presented at Lokal-Int with a performative exhibition by Yoan Mudry and Jan Kiefer.

    https://lokal-int.ch/20174/#18753

  17. 29.09.2017
    FPWM -D-, Cave Gallery, Detroit
    FPWM -D-, Cave Gallery, Detroit
    29.09.2017
    FPWM -D-, Cave Gallery, Det (...)
    FPWM -D-, Cave Gallery, Detroit

    The FPWM events are conceived as a cocoon in which Clinamen presents the FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER text collection. In order to reproduce the diversity of the collection, the events take place over three days during which different dynamics follow one another: festive evenings, quiet afternoons dedicated to reading, moments of performance, spaces for discussion, collective meals, etc. Each event is unique, conceived in relation to the new season of FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER, and is composed of a series of artistic interventions that can take different forms: performances, concerts, installations, etc. Each year, the chef Chloé Bovet also elaborates a particular buffet related to the collection.

    Season -D- in Detroit (US)
    FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER’s D-season is conceived in collaboration with American artist Ashley Cook, who invites a dozen authors from her hometown of Detroit to write for the collection. Together, we are designing a three-day event that will take place in an old factory converted into a cultural center.

    Friday opening with DJ sets by BLK_OUT, pure rave, Gallons and Gustav Brovold
    A display and meal by Ashley Cook

    With the artists :
    Ashley Cook, Radio Brovold, Andrew Davis, Vaughn Taormina, Crackkillz Da G.O.D, Hardcore Detroit, Bryan Dulaney, East Side Riders, Food Field, Nick George, Reouth Keren, Todd Lamb, Kylie Lockwood, Rebecca Mazzei, Clyde Moop, Bailey Scieszka, Nolan Simon, Dylan Spaysky.

  18. 12.02-12.03.2017
    FPWM -D+E-, Zabriskie Point, Genève
    FPWM -D+E-, Zabriskie Point, Genève
    12.02-12.03.2017
    FPWM -D+E-, Zabriskie Point (...)
    FPWM -D+E-, Zabriskie Point, Genève

    The FPWM events are conceived as a cocoon in which Clinamen presents the FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER text collection. In order to reproduce the diversity of the collection, the events take place over three days during which different dynamics follow one another: festive evenings, quiet afternoons dedicated to reading, moments of performance, spaces for discussion, collective meals, etc. Each event is unique, conceived in relation to the new season of FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER, and is composed of a series of artistic interventions that can take different forms: performances, concerts, installations, etc. Each year, the chef Chloé Bovet also prepares a special buffet in connection with the collection.

    Opening with a performance by Anaïs Wenger
    Hip Hop DJ set by Thomas
    A buffet of tacos and fajitas by Chloé Bovet
    Flags by Ani Eloyan, Jacques Monory, Tina Braegger, Ceel Mogami de Haas, Emilie Ding, Nicolas Riis, Andrew Davis and Radio Brovold.

  19. 18.05-23.06.2017
    Feed Your Friends + FPWM E, ODD, Bucharest
    Feed Your Friends + FPWM E, ODD, Bucharest
    18.05-23.06.2017
    Feed Your Friends + FPWM E, (...)
    Feed Your Friends + FPWM E, ODD, Bucharest

    The FPWM events are conceived as a cocoon in which Clinamen presents the FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER text collection. In order to reproduce the diversity of the collection, the events take place over three days during which different dynamics follow one another: festive evenings, quiet afternoons dedicated to reading, moments of performance, spaces for discussion, collective meals, etc. Each event is unique, conceived in relation to the new season of FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER, and is composed of a series of artistic interventions that can take different forms: performances, concerts, installations, etc. Each year, the chef Chloé Bovet also prepares a special buffet in connection with the collection.

    In Buccarest, FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER is presented in the ODD exhibition space at the invitation of Cristina Bogdan.
    For the occasion, we join the curator Camilla Paolino and the artist Yoan Mudry to conceive an exhibition that allows us to share this visibility and to make the artworks of our friends travel.

    With works by :
    Laure Marville, Kevin Gotkovsky, Romain Grateau, Colin Raynal, Coline Mir, Fabien Duperrex, Mathias Pfund & Marine Kaiser, Giuseppe Abate, Mélissa Tun Tun, Nicholas Riis, Lev Kazachenko, Veniamin Kazachenko, Evita Vasiljeva Anne Le Troter, Steve Lüthi, Nastasia Meyrat, Jonas Hermenjat, Max Ruff, Jan Kiefer, Verena Dengler, Chloé Delarue, Guillaume Dénervaud, Pedro Wirz, Pablo Hurtado, Damian Navarro, Marta Riniker Radich, Aude Richards
    Aurélien Martin, Jérôme Baccaglio, Leo Bachiri wadimoff, Lou Masduraud, Sacha Béraud, Ceel Mogami de Haas, Roman Wolgin, Michelle Son, Lauren Huret

    and a buffet of tartines by Chloé Bovet

  20. 01.01-23.03.2017
    Loops, performance, Salle Crosnier, Genève, Le Co (...)
    Loops, performance, Salle Crosnier, Genève, Le Commun, Genève, Art Bärtschi, Genève
    01.01-23.03.2017
    Loops, performance, Salle C (...)
    Loops, performance, Salle Crosnier, Genève, Le Commun, Genève, Art Bärtschi, Genève

    Loops is now a book. But this publication was previously an exhibition catalog and two performances.
    This publication was conceived thanks to a two-act performance that had the objective of offering Clinamen a book that would not cost him anything and to allow the artist Yoan Mudry to articulate three exhibitions in which he participates almost simultaneously in the same geographical area.
    On the occasion of the first exhibition, Yoan Mudry is forced to produce an exhibition catalog which he does not want because the technical constraints do not allow him to appropriate it. He then imagines a book within a book so as to be able to offer Clinamen the raw material of the catalog.
    The format of the loops is designed so that it can be printed in a template within the format of the exhibition catalog. During the opening, performers in shrimp costumes cut the catalogs with a paper cutter, use a part of them to make a wallpaper while the part with the text is put aside for Clinamen.
    The work as distributed by Clinamen is shaped in a second exhibition. Every Sunday, eight hours a day, one of the shrimps assembles the different parts of the book in a binding box, passes a brush dipped in white glue through it in order to make a handmade glued spine before finalizing the work by putting a cover on it.
    Mission accomplished, the catalog boxes do not clutter Yoan’s workshop and Clinamen has won a publication paid by contemporary art.

  21. 11.03.2017
    HTWW, symposium, Le Commun, Geneva
    HTWW, symposium, Le Commun, Geneva
    11.03.2017
    HTWW, symposium, Le Commun, (...)
    HTWW, symposium, Le Commun, Geneva

    Book launch of Held Together With Water in conjunction with the eponymous exhibition.
    With :

    Poema Colectivo Revolución or becoming the structure’ by Emilia Yang Rappaccioli
    (interactive conference/interactive talk)

    GuangzhouBurg: NSK x Nash Studio’ by Cuss group
    (talk-discussion / conférence-discussion)

    The White Hole’ a film by Elise Lammer
    (screening)

    Meta Images’ by Kari Altmann
    (talk/conference)

    Cult Moment’ by Arléone & DJ L_X_N de ChâteauGhetto & Gilles Furtwängler
    (e-concert live from Johannesburg / live from Johannesburg)

  22. 15.12.2016
    Skoob II, Art & publishing fair, One gee in f (...)
    Skoob II, Art & publishing fair, One gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg
    15.12.2016
    Skoob II, Art & publis (...)
    Skoob II, Art & publishing fair, One gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

    Skoob is a book fair like no other, a meeting between art and publishing where large common libraries replace individual tables and are accompanied by workshops, concerts, conferences, performances and artworks. Going beyond the commercial and promotional aspect, SKOOB aims to bring together independent publishing houses in order to show the diversity of this practice today, in Switzerland, Europe and elsewhere, without the presence of publishers being a financial risk for them.
    For the duration of the fair, 30 days, the space is open three days a week for consultation and sale of publications. At the same time, a series of events of various kinds is scheduled: workshops, conferences, concerts, readings, etc.

    Skoob II

    Library and display realized by : Studio ACTM and Romain Grateau

    Presentation of the project no ISBN by Bernard Cella (Vienna)
    Presentation of the Troika edition and the playing of records by Thomas Perrodin and Olivier Hensi
    Walk through a collection of found books by Repro du Léman
    Architectural presentation with Gauthier Herrmann from Form(e)s
    Performative conference by Jan Steinbach (edition Taube)

  23. 16.9-18.9.2016
    FPWM -C-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Geneva
    FPWM -C-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Geneva
    16.9-18.9.2016
    FPWM -C-, FPWM, Zabriskie P (...)
    FPWM -C-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Geneva

    The FPWM events are conceived as a cocoon in which Clinamen presents the FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER text collection. In order to reproduce the diversity of the collection, the events take place over three days during which different dynamics follow one another: festive evenings, quiet afternoons dedicated to reading, moments of performance, spaces for discussion, collective meals, etc. Each event is unique, conceived in relation to the new season of FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER, and is composed of a series of artistic interventions that can take different forms: performances, concerts, installations, etc. Each year, the chef Chloé Bovet also prepares a special buffet in connection with the collection.

    Season -C-

    Launch of the C season with a fresco by Sacha Béraud and a DJ set by DJ Aris 1201
    A series of flags by : Jérôme Baccaglio, Ceel Mogami De Haas, Chloé Delarue, Emilie Ding, Charlotte, Herzig, Andreas Hochuli, Lauren Huret, Nicholas Riis

    Burger buffet by Chloé Bovet

  24. 17.12.2015
    Cards Against Humanity, Performative game night, C (...)
    Cards Against Humanity, Performative game night, Corner 25, Chêne-Bourg
    17.12.2015
    Cards Against Humanity, Per (...)
    Cards Against Humanity, Performative game night, Corner 25, Chêne-Bourg

    Cards Against Humanity is a “card game for horrible people”, says its creators. Players are invited to compose the most horrible ideas possible with words and phrases printed on black and white cards. Launched in Los Angeles, each country is invited to create its version of the game. For Clinamen, there is nothing better than collective intelligence and it is with more than 30 people, during a big game evening, that the Swiss Romand edition is elaborated. In the cellar of the Corner 25 in Chêne-bourg, teams form around tables on which blank cards and pens are placed. At each table, the game is built as it is played, original and unique cards are created throughout the game. At the end of the evening, Clinamen collects the handwritten cards and begins the process of compiling and homogenizing them to produce a brand new version of Cards Against Humanity. With cocktails by Miami Books

  25. 12.12.2015
    Skoob I, Art & publishing fair, one gee in fo (...)
    Skoob I, Art & publishing fair, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg
    12.12.2015
    Skoob I, Art & publish (...)
    Skoob I, Art & publishing fair, one gee in fog, Chêne-Bourg

    Skoob

    Skoob is a book fair like no other, a meeting between art and publishing where large common libraries replace individual tables and are accompanied by workshops, concerts, conferences, performances and artworks. Going beyond the commercial and promotional aspect, SKOOB aims to bring together independent publishing houses in order to show the diversity of this practice today, in Switzerland, Europe and elsewhere, without the presence of publishers being a financial risk for them. For the duration of the fair, 30 days, the space is open three days a week for consultation and sale of publications. At the same time, a series of events of various kinds is scheduled: workshops, conferences, concerts, readings, etc.

    Skoob I

    Skoob is a book fair like no other, a meeting between art and publishing where large common libraries replace individual tables and are accompanied by workshops, concerts, conferences, performances and artworks. Going beyond the commercial and promotional aspect, SKOOB aims to bring together independent publishing houses in order to show the diversity of this practice today, in Switzerland, Europe and elsewhere, without the presence of publishers being a financial risk for them. For the duration of the fair, 30 days, the space is open three days a week for consultation and sale of publications. At the same time, a series of events of various kinds is scheduled: workshops, conferences, concerts, readings, etc.

    Exhibition by JELENA VANOVERBEEK, LAURA VAISSADE + L&LL
    Meal by Yoan Mudry & Laure Marville

    Discussion form/background/function by Dasein and presentation of the new illustrated text collection TxTi
    Presentation of the book Der Räuber by Robert Walser in the adaptation by Tilo Stereif by Haus am Gern
    sound performance by Qatsi invited by Bookhorse
    residency of Annie Gold creation of a publication in collaboration with Mattia Eglof
    launch of publications by Clinamen, Annie Gold, Activerat, Dasein
    Sound performance by nezumi, discotodisto
    Meals by Sacha Béraud and Lauren Huret

  26. 19.09.2015
    FPWM -B-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Geneva
    FPWM -B-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Geneva
    19.09.2015
    FPWM -B-, FPWM, Zabriskie P (...)
    FPWM -B-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Geneva

    The FPWM events are conceived as a cocoon in which Clinamen presents the FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER text collection. In order to reproduce the diversity of the collection, the events take place over three days during which different dynamics follow one another: festive evenings, quiet afternoons dedicated to reading, moments of performance, spaces for discussion, collective meals, etc. Each event is unique, conceived in relation to the new season of FloppyPoppyWidy MATTER, and is composed of a series of artistic interventions that can take different forms: performances, concerts, installations, etc. Each year, the chef Chloé Bovet also prepares a special buffet in connection with the collection.

    -B-
    Festive launch with a buffet by Chloé Bovet and DJ Gaetz Giver.
    Reading chair by Sarah Margnetti

  27. FPWM -A-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Genève
    FPWM -A-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Genève
    FPWM -A-, FPWM, Zabriskie P (...)
    FPWM -A-, FPWM, Zabriskie Point, Genève