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Jeremiad Chants, subtitled An Absolute Polemic, was published independently by William Levy and illustrator Peter Pontiac in 1979. With a print run of only 500 copies and Fluxus artist Willem de Ridder as a designer, this little book is a true countercultural gem. Levy’s seductively packaged but caustic chapters would form the core of his larger Natural Jewboy, which was published by Ins & Outs Press two years later…
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Slowscan’s Vol. 40 is a silkscreened wooden box containing seven 7” records with compositions by Fluxus related artists – each record hand numbered – plus an information sheet. Sea Urchin sells the remaining copies of this exquisite edition with recordings of…
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Natural Jewboy – subtitled ‘an epic wonder tale composed of stories, chants & rhapsodies, or an evening with the author’ – is a collection of prose and verse by William Levy published by Ins & Outs Press, Amsterdam in 1981.

William Levy (1939) developed into a spearhead of the European underground soon after he had left the US in 1966. As co-editor (with John Michell) of the controversial “Souvenir Programme for the Official…
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Belgian artist Thierry De Cordier (1954) was once gifted a small book with the hand written title ‘Heracleitos’ on the cover. The booklet, barely eight pages, contained in Dutch texts by Heraclitus, a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher whose original writings are lost and who is only known through the quotations of later authors. At the time, De Cordier read these ‘Fragments of Heraclitus’ superficially without…
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sold outThis bilingual edition contains the transcript of an interview of Mike Kelley by Thomas Kellein, then director of Kunsthalle Basel, before an audience at Centre d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, 1992. The English conversation is printed in black, its German translation in red. Several landmark works and installations that Kelley put together in the late…
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