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Mexico 6 Publications in Random Order

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Blank Books

Cover
softcover
Format
14,8 x 21 cm
Pages
18
Binding
staple bound
Printing
digital
Colour
black & white
Editorial
Urbild Editions

Blank Books is a tribute to Ulises Carrión

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Giulia Paradell & Raúl Dávila

BOOKSCAPES

Cover
softcover
Format
21 x 29,7 cm
Pages
56
Binding
saddle stitch
Printing
digital
Colour
black and white
Editorial
Urbild Editions

Based on the cross-over between sound and image, BOOKSCAPES documents a journey across Mexico through a series of short recordings of a blank book made in various locations. The idea of bookscape, formed by the combination of words book and landscape, was born in response to the practice developed by composer Murray Schafer to study the acoustic environment of various contexts (soundscapes). The bookscapes incorporate into the sound recording the visual element of such environment, which is reflected into the blank pages of an open volume.

Through this process, an expanded sense of reading emerges, unsettling the established forms of a practice that usually contemplates the literary and visual material rather than the sonorous component, which in this case becomes a central part of the reading experience, responding to a certain place where the context in which the reader is located provides and creates the narrative.

The blank page is an invitation to listen, rather than to see; it outlines a form of expanded literature where the reader participates as an active listener, in search of a book always open to another time and another space.

→ TAKE PART TO THE CONFINED BOOKSCAPES EDITION

The time and space where we all suddenly found each other is a state of quarantine.The soundscape that surrounds us has changed deeply, and the environment of our lockdown has become our shelter.

For this reason, we would like to create a diverse and collaborative edition for our second volume of BOOKSCAPES, collecting the recordings of what has become the reality of each of you and put it together as a memory of these uncertain times.

If you’d like to be part of it:

Find a sound and visual context of your quarantine that you’d like to share
Take a blank paper or a blank book
Record a one minute length video of it from above
Send it to hola@urbildeditions.com

We will collect the material and weave together the next publication

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Luis Úrculo, Sara Rubinow

8.00 AM / 15.00 PM

Format
20 cm x 14.7 cm
Pages
28 + poster
Printing
Digital
Colour
Black and white
Binding
Stapled
Edition
100 (numbered)

[EN]

8.00 AM / 15.00 PM explores the physical structure of printed matter. The title represents the time difference between Mexico City and Madrid, the two places where the artist lives. Luis Úrculo uses the publication’s construction as a physical manifestation of the temporal divide between the two cities. Objects are bent, mirrored, broken, or otherwise altered by passing through the center of each spread—breaking the illusion of synchronous existence.

[ES]

8.00 AM / 15.00 PM indaga la estructura física del artzine. El título representa la diferencia horaria entre la Ciudad de México y Madrid, los dos lugares donde vive el artista. Luis Úrculo utiliza la propia anatomía de la publicación como una manifestación física de la brecha temporal entre las dos ciudades. Los objetos son doblados, reflejados, rotos, o alterados de modo que al pasar por el centro de 8.00 AM / 15.00 PM se rompa la ilusión de una existencia sincrónica.

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Daphne Xanthopoulou

On Listening And Growth

Cover
softcover
Format
14,8 x 21 cm
Pages
32
Binding
staple bound
Words
Daphne Xanthopoulou
Design
Giulia Paradell
Editorial
Urbild Editions
Language
English

This publication is an exercise on listening, an expansion to inner and outer spaces guided by Daphne Xanthopoulou.

Daphne Xanthopoulou is a musician based in Barcelona, Spain. She has published her music in Sonospace and Crystal Mine net and cassette labels and some writing in A A) GLIMPSE) OF), Golfo Magazine, Teflon and Thraca. Together with Blazej Kotowski they run Cachichi, a collective that focuses on new music and its intersection with contemporary art and thought.

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@enric.pe

Quarantine T–Shirt

Throughout recent months our realities have changed drastically, with the coronavirus taking centre-stage in the quarantine world tour that has so quickly made its way across the globe.

And with every tour comes its accompanying merchandise (even the uncomfortably apocalyptic science-fiction ones). In the hopes of producing something positive from a situation so negative, and of coming together in times that pull us apart, this t-shirt – now available on @everpresshq – was designed in collaboration with Pedro Mata Nogueira 31,00 €.

Available until May 12

 

 

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Yael Martínez

La casa que sangra

Size
17 x 22,5cm
Pages
70
Printing
Offset
Binding
Hardback
Edition
1000 copies, 1st edition
ISBN
0978-612-46702-8-2
Photographer
Yael Martínez
Publisher
KWY Ediciones. Lima, 2019
Edition
Musuk Nolte
Design
Vera Lucía Jiménez
Translation
Cylia Lagunas
Poems
Xtámbaa - piel de tierra Hubert Malina

Desde This Book is True presentamos La casa que sangra del fotógrafo mexicano Yael Martínez, del Estado de Guerrero, y que fue una respuesta del fotógrafo al asesinato de uno su cuñados y la desaparición de otros dos, todos por el narco, para comprender y superar el trauma de esta violencia, usando para ello fotografía documental clásica y también preparada, respondiendo a sueños y visiones personales.

Becado por la fundación Magnum, por el Fonca de México, ganador de un WorldPressPhoto, finalista en muchos premios de fotografía documental, tenemos la suerte de distribuir su libro desde This Book is True.