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30-11-2019 (20:00)
Welcome for the launch of Real-Time Realist #2 at rile*. With readings by Lieven Lahaye and Jungmyung Lee. more
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Théorie De L'IndiscernableJoão Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paivaéditions ismael  -  7 eurosLivret de 56 pages; format 13x21; illustré; couverture souple; cousu. Traduction originale du portugais ("Teoria do indiscernível" texte figurant dans le vol. "Abissologia - Teoria do Indiscernível", Lisboa - 2012). Édition bilingue portugais-français.
Constamment effrayée par le nuage noir je me marie avecKathy AckerSuck Campari Dyke  -  6 eurosQuelques textes de Kathy Acker, écrits avant ses trente ans, traduits par Elodie Petit et Claire Finch.
Chantal Akerman Retrospective HandbookJoanna Hogg & Adam RobertsA Nos Amours  -  22 eurosA Nos Amours (Joanna Hogg & Adam Roberts) curated the only complete retrospective of the films of the celebrated film-maker Chantal Akerman yet given. This book shares in readable form the writing and research produced by the project. It is intended to be both a companion guide and a key resource. The foreword is by Laura Mulvey.
The Xenofeminist ManifestoLaboria CuboniksVerso Books  -  13 eurosUnafraid of exploring the potentials of technology, both its tyrannical and emancipatory possibilities, the manifesto seeks to uproot forces of repression that have come to seem inevitable—from the family, to the body, to the idea of gender itself.
Dream of A Common LanguageAdrienne RichW. W. Norton & Company   -  16 eurosThe Dream of a Common Language explores the contours of a woman s heart and mind in language for everybody language whose plainness, laughter, questions and nobility everyone can respond to.
HeroinesGail ScottCoach House Books  -  18 eurosIn a bathtub in a rooming house in Montreal in 1980, a woman tries to imagine a new life for herself: a life after a passionate affair with a man while falling for a woman, a life that makes sense after her deep involvement in far left politics during the turbulent seventies of Quebec, a life whose form she knows can only be grasped as she speaks i (...)
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