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what are we waiting for


In ‘what are we waiting for,' text-based conceptual artist Alyson Provax gives us the opportunity to wrestle with things—our recollection, our certitude—that make no promise of ever being whole.
—Jennifer Rabin

Digitally printed soft-cover book
Perfect bound; 116 pages; 4.25 x 6.5 inches
$28

Available at Nationale

198 Methods of Nonviolent Action


Poster reproduction of Gene Sharp’s 1973 list, 198 Methods of Nonviolent Action, and a companion essay, Gene Sharp: A Global Educator by Jørgen Johansen. Compiled both across and outside of any singular philosophy, religion, faith, era, or worldview, Sharp’s list asserts that nonviolent action can be implemented out of pragmatism by any organized body, and that it must in order for us to productively and peaceably live.

Folded newsprint poster; 22.5 x 30 inches
$5

Flight


Flight is a new collection of poems by Miami-born poet Natalie Catasús. In these lyrical interludes, a sparse and spacious language emerges and blooms, as bodies—celestial bodies, bodies of water and land, bodies of mothers and daughters—are made to press against and pull away from one another with each turn of the page. Flight utilizes recurrence and repetition to arouse new responses to what has always been in front of us. It escapes the impulse of nostalgia, and languishes in various states of being that whirl in their waiting.

Poetry chapbook with screen & letterpress printed cover
52 pages; 5.5 x 8.5 inches
$20 + $5 shipping

August to August


A document of my first year of motherhood. Daily plant drawings marked the passage of time while I grasped for advice and community online. I made lists, collected artifacts, and slowly pieced a new life together.

Perfect-bound book of compiled drawings, screen shots, and writing.
52 pages; 4 x 6 inches

Available at Disjecta

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