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mpaacc is a press of artists' books. Distributed independently at artists’ book shops, libraries and exhibition spaces in  e.g.:
Chart Art Fair (DK)
Southwark Park Gallery (UK)
Weserburg museum fur moderne kunst (DE)
Bookartbookshop (UK)
Bladr (DK)
Drawing Room study outset (UK)
National Art Library (DK) Tokyo Geidai (University of Arts) (JPN)
Sint Lucas Antwerpen School of Arts
(BE)

other publishers or journals I have worked with or contributed to include Kulturo, bastard, The Pluralist, Slagtryk, IDOART, Center for Militant Futurology, and Sculptorvox: A contemporary sculpture journal
somom vi gik hen til en pumpe (Danish)
Digital edition
2023

bastard

Somom vi gik hen til en pumpe er en tekst om digitale traumer, augmenteret intelligens og omsorg for det, vi ikke forstår. Teksten er skrevet på en afsidesliggende gård omgivet af pløjemarker i Courtomer, Orne i det nordvestlige Frankrig. Billederne er genereret gennem teksten og fotografier af pløjemarkerne. De angivne datoer, som forløbet udspiller sig over, refererer til teknologiske opfindelser inden for billedets reproducerbarhed og spænder fra kinesiske bogtrykmaskiner til kunstige neurale netværk. (Danish)




formless bodies
Print
2023

The Pluralist #2: Stories of in-between



Amfibiet, teknikeren og fraværet
Print
2022

KULTURO #53: Hiatus



take it      with you

Inkjet on mulberry and bamboo paper, saddle-stitched, 22 pages, 13×17,5cm
Edition: 3
2021

mpaacc

Everyday situations are interpreted through computer vision and a lacking translation of a poem.



In search of primordial technics I: Onto-technics with a subject through exposition
Canvas bound with embossing, 116 pages, 12x19cm
Edition: 30
2020

mpaacc

Seeking to readdress conceptions of technology, activity, use and understanding, In search of primordial technics I suggests a path towards an alternative reading of artistic activity. Dense and searching, combining philosophical explorations with open experiments, the search is only initiated here, giving some critical and theoretical background to these ideas in formation. It attempts to position the author as an ‘equal machine’ and creates a sort of spreading metaphor of equivalence, and its examinations and experiments conjure a vision of what this potential concept might mean. (Chris Fite-Wassilak)