PaperWork Issue 3: iilwimi lipsing

Hato Press

iilwimi lipsing is about a politics of not-translating and listening with a feminist ear which can also be an eye, skin or fist.


Ntiense Eno Amooquaye 
Alison Ballance 
Uma Breakdown 
DJ Lynnée Denise 
Darkie Fiction 
Carl Gent 
Harry Josephine Giles 
Halima Haruna 
Monika Kalinauskaite 
Johanna Maj Schmidt 
Taylor Le Melle 
Anna Sadlon 
Himali Singh Soin 
Daniella Valz Gen 
Frank Wasser

PaperWork is a sometimes-annual art writing magazine and event series. PaperWork 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. Giving each element (print and event) its own space, so the magazine is not a document and the events are not launches. PaperWork offer editorial support by and for artists who write as part of their practice and host reading groups alongside each issue.


Published by Hato Press
84 pages
150 x 210 mm.
Softcover, in yellow plastic dustjacket

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