Monday, 18 July 2016

cabinet, issue 57

The new issue of Cabinet magazine, focused on „The North”, includes texts on "a glaciologist's dream of the world, he myth of an unsullied North, unintentional agents of anthropochory, the tarot deck of Austin Osman Spare, the Roman hill built from amphorae shards, Hamburg's sprawling model railway, the "Green Book" and the African American motorist, Mitsou, the cat who was Balthus's first love the history of army green, the "feather book" of a 17th century Milanese gardener, iguanas” and much more.

Monday, 11 July 2016


Pechblende is a brand new and radioactive (literally) book from one of our most beloved artists, Susanne Kriemann. Kriemann worked with scientists at the American Museum of Natural History (New York), the National Archives (Washington) and the Museum of Natural History (Berlin) to produce various versions of an “autoradiograph”– a unique type of photograph that is the result of directly exposing light-sensitive paper to the irradiated specimens.