Peeing in Public


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Peeing in Public
Thomas Geiger

Mark Pezinger Books
96 pages
Edition of 500

Peeing in public is a battle, played out on fields economical, political, technological and sexual. Moreover, it is one battle fought continuously within sphere of gender; gender equality, gender identity and gender-based violence. The question of when, where and how is certainly a preoccupation for all kinds of people. These range from the Roman Emperor Vespasian, who discovered that there is money in urine; to Xi Jinping, who announced the Toilet Revolution; or Hillary Clinton, who upon returning late to a televised debate, simply stated “well, it takes women longer”.

10 × 14.5 cm, 96pp, English, edition: 500, design by Astrid Seme, no.2 of the Black Forest Library

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Weight .075 kg
Dimensions 100 × 145 × 40 mm