Taking risks and bullying the audience appeared in previous works by Stoerchle but in each performance, as in this one, the artist’s vulnerability offset that initial affront.—James Welling from p. 369, Wolfgang Stoerchle, “Success in Failure”, published in  2022
Anne-James Chaton
I have the solution for the planet

This is the first publication dedicated to the visual work of writer and performer Anne-James Chaton (1970–). Featuring texts by Frédéric Boyer, Jo Melvin, Emmanuel Tibloux and Carsten Nicolai, it brings together
Pati Hill
One Thing I Know

Published in 1962, One Thing I Know was written in the purest tradition of the American coming-of-age stories. It follows a sixteen-year-old girl, Francesca Hollins, while she discovers
Wolfgang Stoerchle
Success in Failure

Wolfgang Stoerchle: Success in Failure is the first monograph on the artist’s work, written by Alice Dusapin who has dedicated extensive research into his life and work since 2017
Bern Porter
The Last Acts of Saint Fuckyou

A poem first published in 1975 by Bern Porter, presented in alphabetical order, with the same number of acts for each letter

Daisy is an independent publishing house founded in 2021 by Alice Dusapin and Baptiste Pinteaux, both editors of the magazine octopus notes.

Dedicated to arts and literature, Daisy is driven by a taste for research led projects, pursued as much for sentimental reasons as for historical interest.

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