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Back cover of Our Form of Book, a collaboration with Our Polite Society and Extrapool, 2015–2016. English and Dutch, 96 pp, 22 × 31 cm, 200 copies, mimeograph in sinaasappel, citroengeel, fluor roze, brandweerwagenrood, koningsblauw, grasgroen, nachtzwart.

Our Form of Book consists of four parts thematically based on a text about the future of books written by El Lissitzky in 1927. Each part was developed in collaboration with a guest editor, as detailed here below.


Our Children’s Reading, fourth installment of Our Form of Book, a memory game of green squares and a translation and re-publication of Van twee kwadraten by El Lissitzky (1922). Guest editor: Will Holder.
500 copies to be bound in an upcoming issue of FR David. Mimeograph in citroengeel, koningsblauw, nachtzwart (memory game) and citroengeel, fluor roze, koningsblauw (Van twee kwadraten).

Excerpt of Creation and Imperfection a text responding to the issues of The Consumers’ Demand, third installment of Our Form of Book. Guest editor: Tim Voss. 14.8 × 21 cm, 100 copies, mimeograph in sinaasappel, citroengeel, fluor roze, brandweerwagenrood, koningsblauw, nachtzwart.

The Worker’s Consciousness, second installment of Our Form of Book, is a translation and re-publication of Advices for Intellectual Labor a text by Paul Otlet (1934). Guest editor: Delphine Bedel. 21 × 30 cm, 100 copies sent by postal mail, mimeograph in sinaasappel, citroengeel, fluor roze, brandweerwagenrood, koningsblauw, grasgroen, nachtzwart.

Posters in the Streets, first installment of Our Form of Book, is a series of six posters made in collaboration with Anya Naumova and Kirill Blagodatskikh in 2016. 60 × 42 cm, 100 copies pasted in the streets of Nijmegen. Mimeograph in sinaasappel, fluor roze, brandweerwagenrood, koningsblauw, grasgroen, nachtzwart.

Handouts for the performative evenings Nachtelijke Dwaling curated by Julia Geerlings and Fleur van Muiswinkel, 2016. 29.7 × 42 folded to 14.8 × 21, mimeograph in red, purple, teal and black.

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