2018, offset print on recycled paper, 20 × 14 cm, 92 pages, black and white throughout, glue and stitched binding, matte-laminated softcover with spot UV varnish
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A reader on Johann Georg Hamann, the 18th century polemicist, frenemy of Kant, and proto-Postmodernist who critiqued the Enlightenment with an unlikely mix of Lutheran theology and vulgar sexuality, enough to make even Bataille blush.
Published by Motto Books / Westfälischer Kunstverein. ISBN 9782940524709