2021, Piero Bisello (Ed.)
Publisher: Surfaces Utiles
Supported by That Might Be Right.
500 copies, 10,5 × 16,5 cm, 104 pages (EN)
“Homer” is an English translation of the Hungarian word fusizni, a subversive practice from 1970s communist Hungary described by philosopher Miklós Haraszti: unbeknownst to their bosses, steel factory workers would distract themselves from the repetitive labour by using the machines and equipment to candidly make objects for themselves.
With texts and artistic contributions by Lotte Beckwé, Guillaume Boutrolle, Facteur Cheval, Miklós Haraszti, Lorenza Longhi, Emanuele Marcuccio, Laurent Marissal, Céline Mathieu, Batsheva Ross, Juan Pablo Saenz, Shervin(e) Sheikh Rezaei, Erik Thys and Bas van den Hout.