Walter Benjamin: Dreams

Fall 2024

Edited with text by Burkhardt Lindner

Though published during his lifetime, Walter Benjamin’s dream notes and theoretical reflections on dreams are collected here for the first time in a single volume.

Dreams highlights a dimension of Benjamin’s thinking that was invaluable for his writing and thought but which has thus far received little attention. It is a comprehensive and chronological collection of Benjamin’s transcriptions of his own dreams and includes unpublished manuscript materials. The publication also features his theoretical reflections on dreams, ranging from short aphorisms and longer analyses of dream literature and the history of dreams to the political conception of a “dreaming collective” and its awakening.

Editor Burkhardt Lindner describes Benjamin’s literary approach to his own dreams in the epilogue and gives a sketch of Benjamin’s own definition of the dream sphere, independent of and in contrast to Surrealism and Freud’s interpretation of dreams.

Patricia L. Boyd

Fall 2024

with writing by Patricia L. Boyd and Josephine Pryde

edited by Gloria Hasnay and Kunstverein München, accompanying the exhibition Hold in 2021

deigns by Scott Ponik



Jimmy Robert: The Man Who Envied Women

Summer 2024

Robert’s first substantial overview covering 20 years of work including his most recent exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo, Moderna Museet, Museion, Crac Sète, Nottingham Contemporary and Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.

It will include essays by Kirsty Bell, Elisabeth Lebovici, Bart van der Heide, Karolin Meunier and Çağla Ilk & Misal Adnan Yıldız. Given that Robert’s practice is profoundly engaged with im/materiality, paper, texture and performance, the book will correspond with this approach through formal elements, surfaces and papers.

Robert will also use it as a platform to crystalize his conceptual and dense, as well as open and processual steps in his work into another medium. The publication will further extend the site specifity and spatiality of his exhibitions and re-consider how a body can be perceived in other environments.

design by Santiago da Silva

school: Object #10

July 2024

In celebration of more than ten years of work, the space and collective school is releasing Object #10, a very special book/LP set with dear artists.

Thinking about a format that would translate the performativity of school‘s events rather than illustrate what has happened, they decided to focus on the voice as an important performative tool and as a live messenger of text. The series of interviews and conversations they initiated stems from their believe in the importance of strangers talking to each other.

As queer-feminist strategies, post-colonial conditions and possibilities of sustainable activism are school‘s cornerstones that nourish their political and private lives, the outcome of the conversations resulted in important and particular exchanges, no matter if on a completely personal or political level.

with Nadir Souirgi, Stanya Kahn, Tyler Cala, Wally Salner, Anahita Asadifar, Pille-Riin Jaik, Soraya Lutangu Bonaventure, Freedom Gospel Club, Firas Shehadeh, Raed Yassin, Phillip Sollmann, Yasmina Haddad, Pope Sangreta, Scott Mou, A group of Iranian artists, Roozbeh Gholami, Julia Grosse, Hanna Schwarz, Nils Amadeus Lange, Philipp Furtenbach

ed. by Yasmina Haddad and Andrea Lumplecker, design by Johnny Graf


Henrike Naumann: CONCEPTS

Summer 2024

Central to her practice, creating a concept always marks the start to develop a new work. Informed by her dense and exceptional research, these conceptual ‘papers’ function as the critical ‘work-ground’, before they turn into sculptures, installations and artistic interventions. They further expand, become working notes, project proposals or discursive statements.

Developed by Naumann as an artist book, this massive (sic) publication brings together almost 400 images and 100 concepts in her own words, ranging from the beginning of her practice to the latest installations. With many unrealized or never published project ‚papers‘, CONCEPTS also developed into a rare record and documentation of Naumann’s critical thought, writing and working process.

design by Johannes Büttner


Liz Johnson Artur: PDA (WT)


This publication will be a profound and intimate glimpse into the spaces around which the legendary club-night PDA was created, and the community it birthed.

Since its inception, founded by Mischa Mafia, Ms. Carrie Stacks and Akinola Davies Jr, PDA has been a vital centre for experimental black and brown queer nightlife in London. Community-led and always invested in promoting the prosperity, safety and joy of its community, PDA became a home for so many and through its impact a very important part of UK cultural history and the visibility of its talents.