NO BASEMENT IS DEEP ENOUGH

sold outIn the late 1960s a group of young artists and students from Seattle started a commune in an abandoned farmhouse in the Snoqualmie River valley, Washington. Among them were Conrad Uno, Mark Wheaton, Mike Freeman, Mark Sargent and Carl Smool. They named the former…

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sold outTodd Tamanend Clark (1952) is a Native American outsider musician and composer from Pennsylvania who started to record music in 1975. Clark formed the band ‘The Eyes’ a couple of years later and released their psychedelic album ‘New Gods: Aardvark Through Zymurgy’ in 1977. The Eyes evolved into The Todd Clark Group, who released the album ‘We’re Not…

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sold outG.J. de Rook (1943) was co-founder of ‘Bloknoot'(1968-1982), a magazine for concrete and visual poetry and compiled the anthologies of visual poetry ‘xprmntl ptry’ in 1971 and ‘Anthologie Visuele Poëzie’ in 1975. In the 1970s he also put together a large number of exhibitions on visual poetry, mail art and stamp art for several museums and art…

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sold outPublished on the occasion of ‘Eastern dazed: DIY Music Topographies’, a series of concerts and art happenings curated by Lucia Udvardyova, Szilvi Nemet and Peter Gonda at Higgs Field, OFF-Biennale Budapest, 17 April – 12 June 2015, this book is a wild collection of risographed artworks. The cover is made from hand sewn and hand coloured leatherette shaped like a…

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