Nicolas Jaar

“Network (print, Not Music!)”

OP-NETWORK scanZoom inLabelOther People
Cat. No.OP-NETWORK
FormatEXCLMER
Orders fromFri, 26 May 2017
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New publication, with Printed Matter and Other People - This is a printed / merch thing, not a CD/LP/MUsic related. It will be sold as “Merchandise” not as “Book” through us. Available strictly on Preorder Only, not Returnable! Network is 8 × 11 inches, 336 pages, otabound with smythe sewn signatures. The publication features fore-edge printing and includes a half-sheet bookmark. It is printed on 120 gsm Munken Polar Rough, in a first edition of 1100 copies. Printed Matter is pleased to announce the publication of Network, an artists’ project by Nicolas Jaar, co-published with his label Other People. Designed by Jena Myung and Maziyar Pahlevan, the book is the culmination of a multi-phase project from Jaar which takes the form of an online, semi-fictitious network of interlocking radio stations built around chance operations. Network, like the web-based radio network which precedes it, is conceived in thirds and built from three primary threads: i. new visual essays and text contributions from Lydia Lunch, Linda van Deursen and Nicolas Jaar ii. poster artwork advertising 111 radio shows (across 333 stations) created by Pahlevan, Myung, and Jaar iii. Loose transcriptions of each radio program, comprised of sprawling text culminating in a full-color section of manipulated images. ? Invited in 2015 by the BBC to participate in a 6-month residency, Jaar instead set out to write a radio play which positioned an invented DJ at the helm of his own residency inside a fake BBC-style radio world. The program was ultimately deemed too far out and never realized. In its place Jaar approached programmer Cole Brown to collaboratively devise http://other-people.network, a website which would host the programs on continuous loop inviting users to sift through the stations with a radio like dial – and later – a random number inputting system, 1-333. The stations are made up of more than 20 hours of Jaar’s own mixes as well as original music, among them his recently releas

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