A propositional publishing project run by Lars Høie. The project aims to critique ideology in its multiplicity of forms, hoping to contribute to the meta-level discourse of the post-digital publishing landscape.
The last project, @FactuallyTrump (2017), explored language and the cycle of meaning-production in the context of Trump's new world order. Exhibited at the Lethaby Gallery in London as part of 'Altered Realities' curated by Craig Barnes and Gerard Matthews. Made in collaboration with Tatiana Ermolaeva, Koa Pham and Tuan Anh Le.
See also 'A Manifesto for Everyday Life' (2016), a multimodal performative lecture exploring plagiarism through fictional Czech-Vietnamese appropriation artist Lê Diệu Phương (Nguyễn Diệu Linh). By taking plagiarism as its creative framework it seeks to challenge one of the last remaining absolute taboos within the academic institution. Performed at the Cookhouse Gallery (2016) as part of 'Model Countermodel' curated by Yvan Martinez and Joshua Trees.