Getting Up to Some Nowhere Shit

  1. What you claim, you are.
  2. Accept the stranded, strange, and seemingly illegitimate.
  3. Struggle.
  4. Honor and ennoble.
  5. Tradition is what you take, but also what you make.
  6. Martine Syms, Implications and Distinctions: Format, Content and Context in Contemporary Race Film, $20. Look. Purchase.
  7. Martine Syms and Marco Braunschweiler, Reference Work, a conceptual business textbook intended to demystify some of the day-to-day operations of a cultural business and expand the definition of commercial success. Look. Sold out.
  8. Martine Syms, Fools, a short story about a young white man's search for decolonial love, $8. Look. Sold out.
  9. Lauren Anderson, Matters, an edited transcription of a film comedy annotated by the artist, $14. Look. Sold out.
  10. Martine Syms, New Guards, a collection of found scans from a water damaged copy of Stephen Shames' seminal monograph The Black Panthers. Images by Bert Stabler. Look. Sold out.
  11. Diamond Stingily, Love, Diamond, a reprint of the artist's first diary written as an 8 year old on the West Side of Chicago, $8. Look. Sold out.
  12. Cat Roif, Moonlight Rollerway, portfolio of images capturing the various personalities who spends their days and nights at a Miami roller rink, $5. Look. Purchase.
  13. Marco Braunschweiler, Untitled (Newspaper 13), series in which the artist documents the paper wrapping his daily bouquet of flowers, $5. Look. Purchase.
  14. David Hartt, Belvedere, a suite of formally austere photographs made at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Midland, Michigan, $25. Look. Purchase.
  15. David Hartt and James Goggin, Ayn Rand Paul Rand Corp. tote, $12. Look. Sold out.
  16. Marco Braunschweiler, Buttends, anthropomorphic ceramic bookends, the perfect way to buttress your book collection, $300. Look. Inquire.
  17. Martine Syms, Show Bible, explores larger themes, character arcs, and season-long dramatic events that may not be initially apparent in A Pilot For A Show About Nowhere, $10. Look. Sold out.
  18. Erin Christovale and Amir George, Black Radical Imagination, a collection of essays, production notes, and reflections on the touring film program, featuring contributions from Jeannette Ehlers, Lewis Vaughn, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Ephraim Asili, Terence Nance, Sanford Biggers, Krista Franklin, Adebukola Bodunrin, Ezra Daniels, Ananski Knowbody, Cauleen Smith, Vashti Harrison, Lauren Kelley, and D. Scot Miller, $20. Look. Sold out.
  19. Hannah Black, Dark Pool Party, essays, personal texts, and video/performance scripts that reassemble autobiographical fragments to think about the relationship between bodies, labor, and affect, $15. Look. Sold out.
  20. Marco Braunschweiler, The Architectural Digest, A set of textures from The Architectural Digest in the 1960s, $8. Look. Sold out.
  21. Sara Knox Hunter, There Is Nothing To Divide Us If We Do Not Exist, A book of sci-fi poems in two parts: one part consists of reviews, some of them fictional reviews of other fiction, the other part, told as a biographical story, uses sci-fi to think about otherness, adoption, and how we trace the idea of who exactly a person is, $16. Look. Purchase.
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