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The Second Ring of Power, Carlos Castañeda
Back from the abyss, Castaneda encounter his greatest test on the journey towards impeccability and freedom: to outwit and overpower the sorcery of Doña Soledad, herself transformed from a defeated and meaningless life to a warrior, a hunter and a "stalker of power." Now the combat will begin. Now the journey will continue. Till the last danger is faced...the final paradox embraced. Simon & Schuster, 1977. CHF 5.–
Memphis: La Collection Karl Lagerfeld, Sotheby's
Sotheby's hard cover post auction catalogue of Karl Largerfeld's Memphis design collection. 50 pages with 133 lots, all illustrated in colour and all described in detail. Sotheby's, 1991. CHF 250.–
In Part, Writings by Julie Ault
In Part brings together over three decades of artist, writer and activist Julie Ault’s published texts. Beginning in the 1980s with texts written with her collaborators in Group Material, In Part highlights Ault’s shift from exhibition making in the mid-1990s to include publishing and writing. Dancing Foxes Press 2017. CHF 35.–
Volume, International Discography of the New Wave, Vol. 1, 1980
A complete guide to new wave/punk records, small labels, distributors, record stores, fanzines, radio stations, clubs and obscure bands. "Martha DeFoe and B. George tried to cover the whole world... and did quite a good job". One Ten Records, 1980. CHF 80.–
In the Still of the Night, Dara Weir
“That’s how one human leaves us” ends the first poem of Dara Wier’s startling new collection, a surprisingly raw and fluid exploration of grief. Wier records her thoughts with clarity and immediacy, showing us the unraveling and reconstruction of her world and consciousness after a significant loss. Wave Books, 2017. CHF 5.– (second)
Unsere Lokomotive
With 39 images and a scintillating commentary by Markus Hauri (dipl. engineering), this is a must-have for one who has everything. Orell Füssli Verlag, 1946. CHF 6.–
A Sand Book, Ariana Reines
A Sand Book is a poetry collection in twelve parts, a travel guide that migrates from wildfires to hurricanes, tweety bird to the president, lust to aridity, desertification to prophecy, and mother to daughter. It explores the negative space of what is happening to language and to consciousness in our strange and desperate times. In her long-awaited follow-up to 'Mercury' Reines has written her most ambitious and visceral work to date. Tin House Books 2019. CHF 25.–
Night Philosophy, Fanny Howe
Fanny Howe chronicles the weak and persistent, those who never assimilate at the cost of having another group to dominate. Night Philosophy proposes a minor politics collected around the figure of the child – not just as a little person under the tutelage of adults, but also the submerged one, who knows, who is without power, who doesn't. Divided Press, 2019. CHF 14.–
Frozen Tears III, John Russell
Staged as an expanded artwork since 2003, Frozen Tears is a multipart project built around the production of three 800+ page books, each containing theory / horror texts and images from a range of celebrated international artists/writers that together, morph fuck the intradistinction between visual and linguistic. ARTicle Press, 2007. CHF 35.–
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