Books for Machines

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  • Handbook for Human Machines        Maximilian Goldfarb        Books / Artists’ Books        $25.00
  • Time Machines + Paragogic Almanac        Andrew McLaren        Books / Artists’ Books        $35.00
  •         Roc Herms Pont        Books / Artists’ Books        $35.00
  • human : bot        Joe Milo        Books / Zines        $10.00
  • My Wet Hot Drone Summer        Lex Brown        Books / Artists’ Writings        $12.00
  • All Those Machines (ATM)        James Prez        Books / Signed        $25.00
  • 0.01s : The First 1/100th Second of 1-Bit Symphony        Tristan Perich        Books / Artists’ Books        $40.00
  • 15 Etiketten        Daniele Buetti        Books / Signed        $50.00
  • Suite for Ordinary Machinery        Adolfo Conesa        Books        $7.00
  • Social Security Risk Machine        The Center for Urban Pedagogy        Books        $8.00
  • The State        Rahel Aima, Ahmad Makia and eds.        Books        $14.00

Share a book with your favorite machine this summer. This selection explores motifs to be enjoyed by humans and artificial intelligence alike. Yo Yo Yo explores a yearly gathering of people whose lives take place in the digital ecosystem with computers as an extension of the self. The State, Vol. 1 hopes to occupy a textual junction of print and web with “website specific” virtual installations and QR codes. Badlands Unlimited’s My Wet Hot Drone Summer involves robot studs and drones taking the reader to the edge of sexual possibiliy. Human : bot uses Captcha’s to explore complex statements that deal with existential human concerns. All Those Machines (ATM) documents the prevalence ATM’s as a visual motif around New York City. Social Security Risk Machine explains the operation of the US Social Security System through simple info graphics. 15 Etiketten tracks mass-produced artifacts of the clothing industry. Suite for Ordinary Machinery is a musical score composed by the movements of an elevator. Time Machines + Paragogic Almanac uses computer renderings as means to track the ever elusive passage of time

Checklist
  1. Rahel Aima, Ahmad Makia and eds.
    The State
    United Arab Emirates: Rami Farook, 2012
    1000
    Out of stock
  2. Daniele Buetti
    15 Etiketten
    D. Buetti, 1994
    50
    Out of stock
  3. Roc Herms Pont

    Madrid, Spain: R. Herms Pont, 2015
    1000
    $35.00
  4. Joe Milo
    human : bot
    Brooklyn, NY: Joe Milo, 2014
    30
    $10.00
  5. Lex Brown
    My Wet Hot Drone Summer
    New York, NY: Badlands Unlimited, 2015
    open
    Out of stock
  6. Adolfo Conesa
    Suite for Ordinary Machinery
    Save As... Publications, December 2008
    500
    $7.00
  7. The Center for Urban Pedagogy
    Social Security Risk Machine
    New York, NY: The Center for Urban Pedagogy, 2006
    1000
    $8.00
  8. James Prez
    All Those Machines (ATM)
    Brooklyn, NY: Back East Press, 2009
    Unknown
    $25.00
  9. Andrew McLaren
    Time Machines + Paragogic Almanac
    Halifax, Canada: Andrew McLaren, 2001
    150
    Out of stock
  10. Maximilian Goldfarb
    Handbook for Human Machines
    Hudson, NY: Publication Studio Hudson, 2015
    Out of stock
  11. Tristan Perich
    0.01s : The First 1/100th Second of 1-Bit Symphony
    Brooklyn, NY: Physical Editions, 2014
    $40.00
Last updated 7/26/2016
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