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Threshold Meditation, by M Kitchell
Edition of 20, released 2/15/21
$25, Click here to purchase.

Built around still frames from a video recording of a private performance in the high desert, Kitchell interrogates the idea (as ancient as the gospels) of the movement that is repose. To quote from an end note borrowed from Peter Bebergal, "To define transgression we must think of a threshold, or rather, a movement towards the threshold, towards the limit, where there is no longer interpretation."

Vicious Circle, No Author
Edition of 15, released 10/14/20
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The silence of the sun and the infinite burn of the night. Navigation of fragmented poesis vis a vis abstract photography. "what can we say toward the silence?"

Some Thing, by Amandine Andre
Edition of 45, Released 10/14/20
$15, Click here to purchase.

Translated from the French by Kit Schluter & Lindsay Turner. First printing of 30 copies, second printing of 15. A poetics of the body. "my whole body still full of you into your body when I think my body lying there after your way of having pushed me down and opened me"

Ecorche, by M Kitchell
Edition of 20, released 10/14/19
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Moving beyond the space of language and into physical space, Ecorche considers the contorted body, the tension of skin against muscle and bone, all this before a landscape of stone. "In the first case there is either no experience or it remains unconscious."

Work from Katy Mongeau & David Rushmer.

Aphonic Space is dedicated to publishing work that pushes a corporeal exploration of the space of the book, concerned more with materiality and the tension of the image than the way language can function on its own. It aims to present books and pamphlets that cannot exist other than as books and pamphlets, with specific attention paid to the photographic image and the totality of the body. In an increasingly digital world, where the text itself is often thrust upon websites rarely read or in mass produced books langouring in distribution centers, we insist that the work itself hits hardest when it can take on the heaviness of a secret. Our small edition sizes reflect not a push towards exclusivity, but rather an insistence that a work find the careful audience it deserves rather than generate excess.

Before solidifying into a project, several chapbooks were informally released by Aphonic Space. These include HOTEL ROOMS (2019) and 2ND PRELUDE TO THE DISAPPEARANCE (2016), both by M Kitchell.

Please direct all inquiries to info(at)aphonic(dot)space. Please be aware that because of the extremely limited nature of these publications, no review copies will be made available. Similarly, due to the motivation behind the press itself, there are no digital facsimiles made of any official Aphonic Space releases. However, upon their release, authors remain free to do whatever they like with their own work. As a final note, Aphonic Space does not accept submissions.

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