Edited by Nicholas John Jones,
Rachel Withers
Published by
Torpedo Press /
192 pages
13.5 x 19.5 cm
ISBN 978-82-93104-26-1

Price: 120 lei

Contributions by Vika Adutova, Maria Gordana Belić, Eva Funk, Araiz Mesanza, Daniela Müller, Iz Öztat, Gabrielle Paré, Per Westerlund, Guttorm Guttormsgaard, Hannah Hiaasen, özgür k, Maria Lind, Martin Berner Mathiesen, Ellef Prestsæter, Eva Weinmayr.

Historically, publishing has been an essential platform for artists to disseminate their works, concepts and aims. It is also—as Norwegian artist Guttorm Guttormsgaard powerfully argued—a paradigmatic model for any form of collective, distributed, discursive production.
The publication Don't rest, narrate addressesthe interrelationship of art, publishing and collectivity. It was evolved from research carried out during PRAKSIS's seventh residency, For a rainy day – Publishing as a site of collectivisation, held in autumn 2017 in collaboration with the publisher Torpedo and designers Eller med a.

Don't rest, narrate constitutes both a resource and an art object. Containing commissioned artworks and new texts, brief studies of key experiments in art and radical publishing, reprints of texts on subjects ranging from collective production to licensing and archiving and a bibliography giving pointers for further reading, the book is designed to inform and to stimulate further discussion and study. Its unusual, non-linear three-section format renders visible and tangible the performative dimension of our interactions with books.