BRICKS FROM THE KILN #2

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Title: Bricks from the Kiln #2
Author(s)/Editor(s): Andrew Lister & Matthew Stuart
Publisher: Bricks from the Kiln
Pages: 84 + inserts
Dimensions: 170 × 224.764mm
Format: Softcover
Year: 2016
Bricks from the Kiln is an irregular journal edited by Andrew Lister and Matthew Stuart, sometimes with guest editors, that presents graphic design and typography as disciplines activated by and through other disciplines and lenses such as language, archives, collage, and more. It borrows its title from the glossary notes of Ret Marut’s “Der Ziegelbrenner,” which was the ‘size, shape and colour of a brick’, and ran for 13 issues between 1917 and 1921.

The table of contents from BFTK #2:

PERIPHERIES
Ryan Gerald Nelson (signature-wraps A & G)

THE LANGUAGE OF ‘PERIPHERIES’
Ryan Gerald Nelson (pp.3–4)

PROGRESS MUSIC
James Bulley (pp.5–22)

PHOTOGRAPHS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (1964)
Daphne Oram (signature-wrap B)

IN THE BACKGROUND
Céline Condorelli & James Langdon (pp.27–34)

ALGORITHMIC ARABESQUE
Scandinavian Institute for Computational Vandalism (signature-wrap D)

VANDALIST ICONOPHILIA
Scandinavian Institute for Computational Vandalism (pp.39–46)

MORE OR LESS
(Compiled by) Mark Simmonds (pp.51–58)

EXIGENCIES
Flights and Fissures / David Whelan (signature-wrap F)

NEURO-DEBTS
David Whelan (pp.63–65)

MALEVICH’S COFFIN AND THE MONUMENT QUESTION
Ron Hunt (pp.66–79)

AFTER NIJHOF & LEE
Rose Gridneff (pp.80–81)

Additional information

Weight .35 kg
Dimensions 170 × 224 × 12 mm