Publication series “Exercises in Practical Mischievery” documents the ventures and chronicles the stories of notable individuals who have implemented out of the ordinary forms for the distribution of word and thought, without putting much emphasis on the content of the message (though luckily the two often go hand in hand). The collection serves as an archive for freely accessible tools that facilitate the dissemination of thought. So far six titles have seen the light of day in the series.
link to the mothership: https://www.laurapappa.xyz/category/exercises-in-practical-mischievery/
We are proud to present the new acquisitions to our collection. The Victoria and Alferd museum is a not-for-profit institution founded by Prune Victoria and Ingalil Alferd. The collection is based on personal curiosity, an interest for mistakes and tautological anomalies.
The Victoria & Alferd Museum does not own any of the items but wish to share the availability of the associated stories. We do not see time, space, ownership or fiction
as an obstacle to the collection.
Thank you for your visit.
Series Editor: Aubrey Savage
Report by Charlotte York
Printed on a risograph at the Estonian Academy of Arts
Bound by Librix Print
First published: 2022
First Edition: 250 copies
Pages: 12 page booklet with insert
Width: 145 mm
Height: 420 mm
Weight: 120 gram
Thanks to Ingalil Victoria and Prune Alferd
Supported by the graphic design department of the Estonian Academy of Arts
Shout out Laura Pappa and Carlo Canún