What do we leave in the places that we leave behind? What future ghosts are we preparing to make in the places we move to?
For EXIT Press' first single author release, we take a dream-like walk through Clive Judd‘s last days in London. Patrick Wray‘s surreal illustrations show us the texture of his dreamscape. One moment, Clive is packing up boxes, the next, he‘s recounting Philip K. Dick‘s theories of the ways that we slip between worlds.
'We can collect the keys' will remind you of a time not too-long-ago when all we could do is go for a walk and ponder what becomes of the traces of our lives when we are no longer there to witness them.
LOST FUTURES is a zine about worlds that could have been, should have been, or weren't. Futures that tried to bring themselves into existence but whose spark burned out. Of the lives you might have had if things were different.
volume 3: meanwhile... is about what happens when we turn away - when we find ourselves stuck in the waiting room and don't know where to turn next. what happens in the gaps between moments? what happens when we meet our selves? this volume features our usual blend of visual art, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and personal essays, but we are joined for the first time by MUSIC, VIDEO, and PHOTOGRAPHY! keeping it multimedia.
it goes without saying: this volume is twin peaks inspired and launched at the 'Beyond Life and Death: Twin Peaks at 30' conference.
featuring work by ryan mostert, stephen lee naish, paul watson, sarah odling, l. b. limbrey, halle preneta, jasmine st john wallis, jon rainford, fran slater, enis yucekoralp, mathew gostelow, jp seabright, elizabeth cowling, daniel bristow-bailey, hat speed and julia slupska, leonie rowland, oscar mardell, craig ballinger, lorelei bacht, rupert lally, katja sass, j simpson, e j williams, matthew schultz, stephen j golds, stephen albones, tatiana doroslovac, and christian kitson.