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FASTWÜRMS DONKY@NINJA@WITCH:
A Living Retrospective
Essays by Emelie Chhangur, Sally McKay, and Jon Davies, an introduction by Philip Monk, and a love letter from Andrew Harwood

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Year: 2011
112 pp, 208 ill, 7.5" x 11"
ISBN: 978-0-921972-60-0
$30.00 hardcover

Formed in 1979, FASTWÜRMS is the cultural project, trademark and joint authorship of Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse. FASTWÜRMS is a rare ‘avatar artist,’ crafter by joint authorship and a complex web of multiple selective artist collaborations. Cultural production is about multidisciplinary, multimedia artworks that integrate time-based, performance, and visual art in the context of immersive installations, social exchange and event architecture principles. FASTWÜRMS artwork is characterized by a determined DIY sensibility, Witch positivity, identity politics, and a keen allegiance towards working class, queer alliance, and artist collaborations. FASTWÜRMS cultural practice is predicated on the free exchange and circulation of aesthetic knowledge as a public and performative narrative.

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