NOVEMBER PRESS is an archival publishing initiative and prototype for new forms of experimental creative and critical art production. Broadly, it is a mutating research magazine of text and image conceived through print and digital forms.
‘Institutionalised Disaster Zone’ takes its name from JG Ballard, the archival protagonist of the issue. The issue’s archive explores the Assassination Weapon, 1969 at the ICA, London, and examines the interplay of writing, film and exhibition within the activities of JG Ballard from 1968-71.
[Archival sources: British Library, AMBIT, Study Collection...]
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