H.O.T. is setting its eyes on the third week of books. Call us crazy, or just call us! And maybe you could come help assemble them?
Sound Mapping - Julia Kouneski
On the evening of July 27th, five sound artists each performed a sound for participants to listen to, who then used yellow tape to mark their bodies according to how they felt the sound physically resonate.
The Bus Ride - Roger Nieboer
If Camus wrote Urban Fiction, he might come close to Nieboer’s short story of a stranger looking for connection in the city.
NACTUAL - JoAnn Blohowiak
A folio of images and words. “… jazz locks us each in an isolation chamber so that / we can consider unity”.
Proposal - Thomas O. Haakenson
A book proposal to be submitted to a University press. Includes two sample chapters from Haakenson’s book on the little-known (but influential) German philosopher Salomo Friedländer.
Melting Pot: Mangia/Mahlzeit/Buen provecho - Mackenzie Epping
By photographing the restaurants of Kenosha, Wisconsin, Epping explores the confluence of German, Italian, and Latino culture in middle America.
Mapping Noon - Scott Ener Grover
A young teen’s bible has been transformed into a permanently closed book, made of transparent materials.
Hands Across the Sea - Kelly Filreis
Appropriated images relating to trans-oceanic communication then and now. Sixteen mail-ready perforated postcards.
Sunset encounter, a long shot - Greg Carideo
Lust, automotive and otherwise. The seemingly disparate topics of SUVs and craiglist missed connections are united in a timeless zone of desire. 20 color plates.