Art & Wonder | Issue 3 | SOVNDS

Art & Wonder | Issue 3 | SOVNDS

Featuring work by kaie kellough, Andrea Roberts, Deanna Radford, Jaime Black, Janis Maudlin, Star Amerasu, Local Honey, Sepehr Mashiahof, Sepand Mashiahof, Neve Cross, and Jane Harms, with audio available for streaming here.

Art & Wonder: Issue 2

Art & Wonder | Issue 2 | magazine ~ magazine

magazine ~ magazine features new work by Jessica Gnyp, Suzie Smith, Divya Mehra, Jordan Abel, and Jacob Wren.

Art & Wonder: Issue 1

Art & Wonder | Issue 1 | Neon

Intercopy presents:
Art & Wonder, a new magazine of international contemporary art, writing, and aesthetics. Artist-run and not-for-profit, Art & Wonder will be published three times per year.

Issue 1: Neon features work by Tanis Maria S'eiltin, Mike Patten, Przemek Pyszczek, Tavares Strachan, and Cam Scott.

Whatever Else at Martha Street Studio

Intercopy is delighted to announce that Whatever Else (co-published with As We Try & Sleep Press, 2011-2012) is being featured in ALL IN, an exhibition presented at Martha Street Studio in Winnipeg from June 27 to August 8. Curated by Suzie Smith and Abigail Auld, ALL IN explores the relationship between community and print process. Whatever Else broadsheets by hannah_g, Katherena Vermette, and Andrea Roberts have been reprinted for the show. More information and related events can be found here.

Bataille: Saccades now available

Bataille: Saccades is now available for $15, plus shipping. To purchase, please contact Intercopy.

Condensed from the corpus of its namesake, Bataille: Saccades is an excessive gesture for an age of blank austerity; foregrounding the naturalization of sovereign power, it is a found text addressed to present-day conceptualisms and a generous take on a touchstone of transgressive fiction.

Thought Factory Launch

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Intercopy is thrilled to announce the launch of Thought Factory, a collaborative book work by the Winnipeg-based artists hannah_g and Leslie Supnet. Combining the concise whimsy of hannah_g's micro-narratives with the pathos and vulnerability of Leslie Supnet's drawings, Thought Factory is a woeful tale of postindustrial, interspecies precarity and a wry Prairie response to the inflated legacies of conceptual art.

The launch coincides with Winnipeg Special: The Films of Leslie Supnet, a one-night viewing of Leslie's animated cut-out puppets and a screening of her animated shorts presented by Negative Space. An animated reading of Thought Factory will follow the screening. The book will be available for purchase for $20.

Please join us.

Tuesday June 12
7 pm
Negative Space
253 Princess

To purchase Thought Factory, contact Intercopy.

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