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See Yourself X
Human Futures Expanded
Paperback, 28.0 x 23.0 cm, 240 pages

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See Yourself X: Human Futures Expanded is the second volume of Madeline Schwartzman's timely series that began with See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception (2011), a collection of fifty years of futuristic proposals for the body and the senses. See Yourself X focuses on the human head—our fundamental perceptual domain—presenting an array of conceptual and constructed ideas for extending ourselves physically and technologically into space. What will be the physical future of the head and the sensory apparatus in fifty years time? How will our mechanisms for communication change, prompted, as predicted by technologists, by the advancement of brain-to-brain communication? See Yourself X looks across disciplines and media at contemporary and historical proposals for the human head, in the hope of casting into the future.

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What Now?
The Politics of Listening
Paperback, 28.0 x 23.0 cm, 96 pages

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What Now? The Politics of Listening explores the often complex relationship between truth and fiction in relation to interpretative listening, media communication, and acts of testimony, translation and redaction. 

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Kevin Schmidt
Paperback, 28.0 x 23.0 cm, 160 pages

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This publication comprises the first monographic survey dedicated to artist Kevin Schmidt. An interdisciplinary artist working across performance, video, photography and installation who has exhibited widely across North America and Europe, Schmidt is perhaps best known for performance expeditions and interventions into the natural world, which are documented in photographs, installations and videos.

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Red Africa
Affective Communities and the Cold War
Paperback, 28.0 x 23.0 cm, 192 pages

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Across a series of essays and artist contributions, Red Africa: Affective Communities and the Cold War explores the crosscurrents of international solidarity and friendship.

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RAVE
Rave and Its Influence on Art and Culture
Paperback, 25.0 x 19.0 cm, 288 pages

Buy Now: UK £24.95 | US $34.95

Rave: Rave and Its Influence on Art and Culture is one of the first publications to critically engage with the historical rave movement of the 1980s and 1990s as it relates to contemporary art and visual culture.

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