Issue 1: Lost & Found
£10.00 / Sold Out
Lost and Found is the cheek house and furniture tongue. It is paradox, oxymoron, humour, chance, circumstance, surreal observation, mundane obscurity; a part of art & literature. It is blacking out.
It is a refusal to laugh. It is a character as much as it is awkwardness between comedians, a symptom of Microsoft’s market shares. It is an A4 script and table setting etiquette, spoon-fed debris. It is an actor in a dress wondering how to perform so too tender buttons and copyright laws, confused environments, symbols, translations, bookends and Twitter.
It is Bantu language, it is celebrity and personal responsibility, a sartorially astute historian, a small deserted village in the Bulgarian mountains. It is grass, craft shops and Homebase.
It is a line break in a puzzling world, it squats in the Balkans, a writer and a mathematician. It is clenbuterol from a cow increasing aerobic capacity, it is a cardiac arrest.
Daphne de Sonneville
Tine Melzer >
S Mark Gubb
Sisters From Another Mister
Rowan Powell &
PaperWork is a sometimes-annual art writing magazine and event series. We invite writing for performance and writing for page; or writing for a group together at a gallery or writing for a person browsing the magazine in a bookshop or reading in bed. We give each element (print and event) its own space, so the magazine is not a document and the events are not launches. We offer editorial support by and for artists who write as part of their practice and we host reading groups alongside each issue.