Junction Box 10

Junction Box is  a space for poets, primarily, but also for other kinds of creative and critical practitioners, to talk about the world, themselves and the others, in a free and category-open fashion.  Number 10 is now live. featuring:

  • Julia Rose Lewis & James Miller: Preface to ‘Strays’
  • Lucy Sheerman & Karlien van den Beukel: Rem • Press
  • Nia Davies & Sampurna Chattarji: Ritual Correspondence
  • Doug Jones: from ‘Posts’
  • Laura Goode: Two Poems
  • Rebecca Compton: Cooperation vs Collaboration
  • Paul Hawkins: Trailing arm leading edge
  • Holly Corfield Carr: On Caves
  • Eley Williams: Three Pieces
  • Sonja Vitow: 13 Reasons I Believe In Ghosts
  • Tim Allen: from ‘A Democracy of Poisons’
  • Anthony Mellors & David Rees: Winter Journey (Time out x 2)
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Nia Davies book launch

Saturday November 4th 2.00 pm – 5 pm at The Hen and Chickens, Flannel Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5EG, where Nia will be a launching England, out now on Crater Press.

with a mini-festival of accompanying readers, including
Ailbhe Darcy
David Greenslade
Steven Hitchins
Julia Rose Lewis
Lee Duggan
Chris Paul
Ric Hool
Suze de Lee
Richard Parker
Lyndon Davies
and more to be announced
FREE

UK launches of Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line

The publication is conceived as a studio-laboratory in itself, drawing together critical reflections and experimental practices that focus on the how-ness  — the qualitative-processual, aesthetic-epistemological and ethico-empathetic dynamics — within shared artistic exploration, directing attention to an affective realm of forces and intensities existing before, between and beneath the more readable gestures of artistic practice. Cultivating sensitivity towards the barely perceptible micro-movements within the process of artistic ‘sense-making’ has wider structural — even political — implications at the level of the macro, encouraging the de-, re- and trans-figuring of our ways of being in the world, inviting new forms of relationality, sociality and solidarity. Hybrid of an artists’ book and research compendium, Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line invokes action by operating as a score that can be activated by others, providing artists, theorists and creative practitioners with a modular toolkit of performative and notational approaches for future experimental play.

Based on original research and edited by Nikolaus Gansterer, Emma Cocker and Mariella Greil. With contributions by Alex Arteaga, Arno Böhler, Christine De Smedt, Catherine de Zegher, Christopher Dell, Gerhard Dirmoser, Karin Harrasser, Adrian Heathfield, Victor Jaschke, Simona Koch, Krassimira Kruschkova, Brandon LaBelle, Erin Manning, Dieter Mersch, Lilia Mestre, Werner Moebius, Alva Noë, Jeanette Pacher, Jörg Piringer, Helmut Ploebst, P.A. Skantze, Andreas Spiegl.

More details on the book here.
Sample pages here.
Buy the book here

12 + 14 November 2017

PERFORMANCE LECTURE & WORKSHOP at SIOBHAN DAVIES STUDIOS, LONDON

On Sunday 12 November 2017 Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line will give a one day workshop (11:00 – 17:00) hosted by Independent Dance at Siobhan Davies Dance Studios, London, UK. Additionally, on Tuesday 14 November 2017, 19:00 – 20:30 Emma Cocker, Nikolaus Gansterer and Mariella Greil will present a performance lecture at the Crossing Borders Talks in the 2017 series at Independent Dance at Siobhan Davies Dance Studios, London, UK launching their recent publication Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line.

Simon Taylor – Prospectus

if p then q is very pleased to announce the publication of Prospectus by Simon Taylor.

prospectus sample

Part Cindy Sherman part HR, Prospectus is a beautiful square format book which consists of a selection of colour photographs and descriptive texts for that all important ‘about me’ page.

Prospectus front cover flattened

Simon Taylor is one half of Joy as Tiresome Vandalism whose works are the books aRb and Absolute Elsewhere and the card game What’s the Best? He has also designed book covers for if p then q and posters for The Other Room poetry series. A sketchbook of his work and images from Prospectus can be found at Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/discomoobs/

You can buy at the if p then q website – LINK

Black Market Re-View

Issue 4 out now, with Jim Zola, Niamh McMullan, Richard M Thompson, Torkel Tennberg, Sally Barrett, Aviva Treger, John Grey, Walburga Appleseed, Susan McCraw, Brindley Hallam Dennis, Natalie Crick, Fabrice Poussin, Tom Cowin, Jamie Stewart, Mark Russell, Nick Power, P.J. Kryfko, Susan McCraw. Robert Beveridge, Bill Wolak, John Short, Jamie Stewart, Rose Knapp and A J Taylor.