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Book Launch: The Clifford Chadwick Clifford Collection by Lytle Shaw / Thursday 2 February, 7–9 pm

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An Endless Supply are Publisher of the Month during February at X Marks the Bökship.
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January 28, 2012 at 2:43 pm

X / Anna Barham

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January 14, 2012 at 3:16 pm

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XARCHIVE

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27 January  – 9 April 2012
Video and Magazine Archive: Badischer Kunstverein, Germany
XARCHIVE / Recent publishing activities at X Marks the Bökship

The XARCHIVE presents a selection of recent publishing activity by X Marks the Bökship at Badischer Kunstverein. X Marks the Bökship is a bookshop and project space for independent publishers in London, UK. It specializes in publishing works, journals and discourse by artists and designers. It promotes contemporary publishing activity by hosting launches, events and production facilities that bring together a network of individual practitioners. Projects include Publisher of the Month, Writer in Residence, Publisher’s Lunch and the XALPHABET, a print edition of 26 Xs by 26 artists.

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January 13, 2012 at 6:47 pm

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Journal Launch: Rong—Wrong / Saturday 21 January 2012, 6 – 9 pm

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January 12, 2012 at 9:18 pm

Launch of Uh Duh by Sarah Jacobs / Wednesday 25 January 2012

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Please join us at 7pm on Wednesday 25th January 2012 at X Marks the Bökship for a launch and performance reading of Uh Duh by Sarah Jacobs, the inaugural title of the LemonMelon/VerySmallKitchen book series:

The conversation between a poet and an artist at their first meeting was recorded. An extract from the transcription is presented:

‘So how would you where would you how would you describe what you what you do?’

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“This poet and artist are a slippery pair. The gaps left by their absent presence are clearly visible on the page as a space for the reader to interact with the text. The particularity of their laughter disturbs me…ha, ha, ha…heh, heh, heh. Like David Bowie’s laughing gnome I can’t quite catch them yet at the same time get left imagining a scary encounter over lunch in which the pair squirt caviar and honey at one another in a Paul McCarthyesque carnival of filth, whilst their transparent words collide in mid-air, smash into one another and leave us quite spent. Writing this tough is a car crash. ”   – Dr. Simon Morris

LemonMelon   http://www.lemonmelon.org
VerySmallKitchen  http://verysmallkitchen.com

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London E2 9NQ
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January 7, 2012 at 5:36 pm