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Nowt 04 – Benign artistic trespass as method, and Production

Nowt 04 is from Lawrence Upton. It is a collection of two papers on methods and production in arts practice. Upton’s writing doesn’t try to hide behind vague over-used academic styles and clichés – precisely because it doesn’t need to – there’s something there, … Continue reading

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Nowt 03 – Steve and David talk about The Fall

Nowt 03, Steve and David talk about The Fall is self-explanatory, and it is also the next no-frills A4 printer number. We are now inviting artists and writers to either contribute material for further editions or we are interrogating them before publishing … Continue reading

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Nowt 02 – Dock

Nowt 02 is a collaboration between Guy Begbie and Steve Hanson, a riff on the title, essentially, played call-and-response fashion. Dock isn’t a photocopy-and-go number, we hope to have a physical edition ready at some point soon, although there’s nothing to … Continue reading

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Nowt 01 – Towards a new Ancién Regime?

We will be putting publications out in batches, which means they may change over time, slightly or radically, there are no definitive versions, this is an ongoing practice. Nowt 01 has been uploaded before it has been responded to by … Continue reading

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Nowt 00 – Nothing To See Here

The blank page, the year zero of the current Nowt Press incarnation, is the stalled book Nothing To See Here, which was meant to document a fringe performance by Lee Hassall and others at the Ways of Looking festival, Bradford, … Continue reading

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Nowt Press re-launched

Nowt Press is returning with a series of no-frills, A4 pdfs, printable on any desktop, which can be folded, stapled and distributed at your end. We are taking our cue from Proboscis, with their wonderful, downloadable, folding books. But we … Continue reading

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The pre-history of Nowt Press

Nowt Press was founded in 2004 when Steve Hanson and Robert Galeta published New and Accurate Maps of the World, volume 1, in an edition of 200. This was followed by Hanson’s Beyond Retro and a scattering of pamphlets. Some … Continue reading

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