Publications

RADMIN Reader 2020

A congregation of short texts emerging from the UK's first festival of Administration, RADMIN (2019)..

Type: Book
Year: 2020
Authors: Feral Business Research Network
Attachment: RADMIN Reader 2020

the current - nightly build

nightly build is a tiny A7 sized photocopied zine that fits in the palm of your hand so you can always carry it with you. It is a collaborative collection of thoughts, writings, prose, poetry, drama, problems, solutions, images, photos, drawings, circuits, concepts, interpretations, illustrations, dreams or philosophical fragments about the theme of this issue — the current.
People who collaborate receive a freshly printed zine straight to their letterbox. You can find a digital version for printout or e-reader in the attached documents.

Type: Book
Year: 2020
Authors: Johannes Buch, Greta Muscat Azzopardi
Attachment: the current - nightly build screen

Dust & Shadow Reader #2

The Dust & Shadow reader #2 explores attunement as a proposition for engaging with the world, Earth-bound environments and their inhabitants, in a continuously changing field of relationships.

Type: Book
Year: 2019
Authors: Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney
Attachment: Dust and Shadow Reader vol. 2

Dust & Shadow Fieldnotes

The Dust & Shadow Fieldnotes were collected over the course of two years during three fieldtrips in the deserts of the North-American Southwest. They are written as a panexperiential travelogue through the landscapes of the Anthropocene.

Type: Book
Year: 2019
Authors: Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney, Ron Broglio, Adam Nocek, Stacey Moran
Attachment: Dust & Shadow Fieldnotes

Design and Futures

Design and Futures is a major collection of essays, manifestos, interviews and peer-reviewed articles, edited by Stuart Candy (Carnegie Mellon University) and Cher Potter (Victoria and Albert Museum), documenting 'design futures' discourse and practice around the world.

Type: Book
Year: 2019
Authors: Stuart Candy, Cher Potter, Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney, others
Attachment: Design and Futures

RADMIN Reader 2019

RADMIN Reader 2019. Edited, formatted, printed and distributed for RADMIN, Britain's first festival of Administration, Bristol, February 2019

Type: Book
Year: 2019
Authors: Feral Business Research Network
Attachment: RADMIN Reader 2019

Ars Vitae Volume 08

Why, then, is it so difficult to remain in that state of calm and relaxed focus whether in work or in life? Why do we rush through life mindlessly, only to regret it? Do we have a tendency to fill up our plates with too many things? How can we take the time we need with the work and people we love without feeling chased? Is it a question of finding the right balance or do we simply need more rest? And if so, is it physical rest we need or is there something more to it? 

Type: Book
Year: 2019
Authors: J. Julianne Lee, Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney, others

nightly build - the passage

nightly build is a tiny A7 sized photocopied zine that fits in the palm of your hand so you can always carry it with you. It is a collaborative collection of thoughts, writings, prose, poetry, drama, problems, solutions, images, photos, drawings, circuits, concepts, interpretations, illustrations, dreams or philosophical fragments about the theme of this issue — the passage.
People who collaborate receive a freshly printed zine straight to their letterbox. You can find a digital version for printout or e-reader in the attached documents.

Type: Book
Year: 2018
Authors: Johannes Buch, Greta Muscat Azzopardi, Maja Kuzmanovic, Theun Karelse
Attachment: nightly build - the passage screen

Dust & Shadow Reader #1

A commonplace book about living in the desert. The Dust & Shadow Readers are self-published collections of writings and bibliographic wandering designed to accompany our speculative experiments with the Laboratory for Critical Technics in and around the deserts of Arizona.

Type: Book
Year: 2018
Authors: Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney, Adam Nocek, Stacey Moran, Ron Broglio
Attachment: Dust and Shadow Reader vol. 1

Fieldguide to Random Forests

Research and essays from the programme with contributions by Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney, Ian Ingram, Driessens/Verstappen, Wilfried Hou Je Bek, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Michelle Gerearts, Tivon Rice, Jan de Graaf, Jeroen van Westen, Antti Tenetz, Jacqueline Heerema, and others..

Type: Book
Year: 2018
Authors: Theun Karelse
Attachment: Fieldguide to Random Forests