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Publishing · Sept 2019 · by Andy G. Vidal



The vibration-environment is a term that conceives sound as an immersive scenario. In close relationship to this, the abat-voix, as a surface used in churches to direct priests’ voices towards the public to make them distinct, becomes a clear example of sound deployment within a political dimension. Thus, listening to the abat-voix refers to the questioning of the vibration-environment and the questioning of the relationships between noise and the physical and contextual vibrations occupying spaces and bodies.

Listen to Passages on background noise, version for heaphones.


Author: Andy G. Vidal

Design: Darío Dezfuli
Year: 2019

Price: €12
Pages: 
36
Dimensions: 11 x 18 cm
First print: 30 copies
Cover: Soft cover

Noisification:
Listening to
the abat-voix

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Publishing · July 2019 · by Sun Chang

Permanent Alienation: Discontent
or Impetus



"Permanent Alienation: Discontent or Impetus" is a double-sided critique of the global system. By juxtaposing the socialist communist society with the post-capitalist model it aimes to reveal a permanent conflict between individual freedom and social convention and illustrate the basic necessities of quotidian experience.

Author: Sun Chang

Design: Sun Chang
Year: 2019

Price: 8€
Pages: 
64
Dimensions: 12 x 19,5 cm
First print: 25 copies
Cover: Soft cover


Permanent Alienation: Discontent
or Impetus

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Publishing · July 2019 · by Rachele Monti



Where is Pan in our grey cities?
He seems to have gone missing.

In this story panic is not only fright, and Pan demonstrates this to us. Without his presence that wanders about the valleys and the woods of Arcadia, everything would wither. The Pan-panic disseminates a far more complex variety of panic than the one we know today. Where is this panic that allows us to howl with joy?

Author: Rachele Monti

Design: Brent Dahl
Year: 2019

Price: €7
Pages: 
32
Dimensions: 10,5 x 14,8 cm
First print: 50 copies
Cover: Hard cover

Panicorgasm

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Publishing · May 2019 · by Leslie Lawrence



This book reads a historical-materialist conception of four main types of group decision-making through an egoist-anarchist perspective. It aims to see if there are principles to group decision-making that can avoid being negated by the philosophy of Max Stirner. From this, the intention is to speculate on a method of organisation that synthesises the extreme egoist regard for individual autonomy with the necessity for democratic control within groups.

Author: Leslie Lawrence

Design: Leslie Lawrence
Year: 2019

Price: €12
Pages: 
116
Dimensions: 18 x 11 cm
First print: 50 copies

Cover: Soft cover

Several uniques
and their properties

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Publishing · May 2019 · by David Monberg



At the downfall of the Islamic State, the destructive crusade bulldozing through the land of Levant had come to a hold. On the steps of Trafalgar Square in London, Boris Johnson had, in defiance of the caliphate, ordered the digital reproduction of its architectural victims. The Black Standard had quite possibly achieved Herostratic Fame. Shrouded by a satin cloth, stood a physical manifestation; the finest of virtual archaeology. It was an empty shell of Egyptian marble, a memory that observed the shape of the real but had no actual substance. In the age of historical simulation, where artefacts are homonyms and ruins are caught in the act of transforming between the physical and digital realm, the subjective historical artefact of our memory has been destroyed.

Author: David Haack Monberg

Design: Lost Dad 

Year: 2019

Price: €8

Pages: 
64
Dimensions: 11,8 x 18,5 cm 

First print: 50 copies

Cover: Soft cover

Viscosity

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Publishing · Feb 2019 · by Jason Harvey



Small book of powerful poetry and images.

"Hello this is a book (36 pages) which i have called "Thoughtful Professional Meditations". once purchased you can enjoy" – Jason Harvey

Author: Jason Harvey

Design: Jason Harvey
Year: 2019

Price: €6
Pages: 
32
Dimensions: 10,5 x 14,8 cm
First print: 250 copies
Cover: Soft cover


Thoughtful
Professional
Meditations

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Publishing · July 2018 · by Lost Dad



This publication tells the tales of the year of the swan - participants of the Dirty Art Department, a masters program hosted by the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam (NL). As part of their masters program, the year of the swan wandered to Athens (GR) by many means of transportation, before settling down for 2 months in the Greek capital, and lost dad publishing joined for the ride! Daddy Issues #2 shares collective thoughts about the individual learning experiences of art students after spending 9 months together.

Editors: Dani Andres, Léo Ravy
With contributions by Anna Laederach, Christopher Lawrence, David Haack Monberg, Jeroen Kortekaas, Jean-François Peschot, Pierre Bujeau, Quentin Dupuy, Rachele Monti, Sara Daniel, Sun Chang, Tom Kemp, Tomasz Skibicki, Walter Götsch

Design: Léo Ravy
Year: 2018

Price: €12
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 14 x 19,5 cm
First print: 50 copies
Cover: Soft cover

Daddy
Issues #2

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Exhibition · July 2018 · by Lost Dad

Academia
Biennal 2018



Several groups which participated in the wandering school residency were invited by Christian Jankowsky to present the results if their stay in Greece at the Academiae Biennal 2018 in Fortezza, IT. The exhibition features ongoing research, films and publications by the Dirty Art Department, M^C^O and Lost Dad Radio.

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Publishing · May 2018 · by Lost Dad



Inside the Stoa42 space, guests are invited to play a game. They choose Past, Present, or Future and join an artist from the group in the space. Although the topics are collective experiences, it is a meeting between two independent viewpoints, so the introduction remains personal. The attempts to communicate shared experience are unavoidably subjective. Through these parlour games a new collective understanding is generated, but what is being discussed cannot be heard by those outside the room. Again, the problem of communicating a shared experience to the outside returns. However, there is a third party in the room listening to the discussion. They work to mediate the speculations, thefabulations, the misunderstandings created by the introductions, and attempt to live-type a new description of collective experience for the benefit of the audience outside the space. In this way the practices of the group come to new shared representation through a series of texts; autonomous in their own right but marked by an almost impossible attempt to fully incorporate the other.

Editors: Leslie Lawrence, Léo Ravy
With contributions by Dani Andres, Sara Daniel, Jason Harvey, Selma Köran, Jeroen Kortekaas, Leslie Lawrence, Rachele Monti, Jean-François Peschot, Léo Ravy, Tomasz Skibicki

Design: Léo Ravy
Year: 2018

Price: €6

Pages: 64
Dimensions: 12 x 17,5 cm
First print: 50 copies
Cover: Soft cover

Introducing...

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Program · May-June 2018 · by Lost Dad

Είσοδος δωρεάν
@ Stoa 42



From May to June 2018, Stoa 42 hosted a series of events organized by Lost Dad Radio in collaboration with artists and designers from the Sandberg Instituut. A rapid succession of short term exhibitions, performances and events, created especially for the space by Leslie Lawrence, Leo Ravy, Dani Andres, Walter Götsch, Rachele Monti, Sun Chang, Jean-François Peschot, Tomasz Skibicki, Anna Laederach and David Haack Monberg.

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Publishing · April 2019 · by Walter Götsch



This is the story of a human who became a monkey just to become human again. The time and place are significant, since it is on this modern context, ancient ideologies are re-established. It all starts with Hanuman arriving to Delphi, Greece. A village filled with ancient artifacts, myths and concepts of human existence. To this day the Delphic Maxims, the 147 aphorisms inscribed in Delphi, are still relevant to someone who want to symbolise human excellence, inner self-control, faith and service to a cause.
Hanuman also knew this. Since he set foot on Greek soil, his body and mind was fixed on trying to unlock the essential knowledge once given by the Sages.

NO TIME TO WASTE!!! (????)

Author: Walter Götsch

Design: Walter Götsch
Year: 2018

Price: €4
Pages: 
12
Dimensions: 14,8 x 21 cm
First print: 50 copies
Cover: Soft cover

The story
of Hanuman
in Greece

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