Catalog; a talk by Lieven Lahaye

BOOKS and the Centre for Postdigital Cultures invites you to

Catalog; a talk by Lieven Lahaye

Tuesday 14th November from 6-8pm

at Tenderbooks,

6 Cecil Court


Catalog is a serial publication about cataloging, written by Lieven Lahaye and designed by Ott Metusala since 2016. Catalog is published intermittently, rather than continuously and has no fixed format. They’ve taken the form of postcards, exhibition handouts, paper airplanes, paper hats, newspapers, bumper stickers… Recent issues of Catalog: ‘Beard. Man. Jug. Rubble. Woman. Vessel’ (issue 22) about the Bartmannskrug’s history and the Trümmerfrau (rubble women) legend, ‘Impressed’ (issue 21) about exposure to wear, ‘Hard Sun’ (issue 20) about exposure to light.

Artist and publisher Lieven Lahaye will be discussing Catalog at Tenderbooks, 6 Cecil Court, London, WC2N 4HE on 14th November from 18:00 to 20:00 GMT.

Please be advised that photography will be taking place during this event.

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Catalog is written by Lieven Lahaye and designed by Ott Metusala. Formally, each publication is an offset-printed A2 sheet folded into a signature. The series will be compiled into a book. This is done in the trust that the presentations, talks and conversations that stem from one issue’s publication will influence the next issue. And the next. And the next.

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