A hard rain falls from the sun
Exclusive publication, conceived and produced by Gato Negro on our riso-printer during a residency at the Frans Masereel Centrum as part of their Logocide, Logotomy, Logophagy project: Creation, experimentation and reflection of nonsense: Logocide as a subversion tool.
Parts of the contents of this publication were taken from the works and art of their dear friends, authors and collaborators: Eduardo Arias, Julián Barón, Alejandro Cartagena, Andrea García Flores, David Horvitz, Arturo Hernández Alcazar, Gabriela Jauregui, Juan Pablo López Quintana, Phyllis McGibbon, Jerónimo Ruedi, Alfonso Santiago, Candela Sotos, Sara Uribe, Dani Zelko, Alice Zukofsky.
Also words and poems were borrowed from the work of: Marcel Broodthaers, Hanne Darboven, J. E. Eielson, Roberto Juarroz, Oswaldo Lamborghini, César Moro, Octavio Paz.
“Logocide: Process of creation, problematization, production, questioning speculation, definition and indefinition around this series of premises. Destruction of the nonsense of logocide as a subversion tool. Speculative exploration of the possibilities of nonsense, visual, textual, printed exercises, etc.”